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SWEET WILLIAM
Dianthus barbatus nigrescens
Sooty
Unique 2 1/2 " fragrant blooms of
 deep maroon-chocolate.
The stems are red above mid-green foliage,
maturing to mahogany.
12 - 15" , Sun
Zone 3 - 9
 
 

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DELPHINIUM
Delphinium cultorum
Fantasia Mixed Colors
Large 15" flower spikes in shades of blue,
lavender, and cream all with white "bees".
Needs no staking.
27", Full sun
Zone 3 - 7
 

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CONEFLOWER
Echinacea purpurea
Prairie Splendor
Blooms up to 2 weeks earlier than
other coneflowers and is more compact.
A perennial garden staple.
18 - 22", Full sun
Zone 3 - 9 
 

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FOXGLOVE
Digitalis purpurea
Camelot Hybrid Mixed Colors
Heavy flowering the first year.
Large speckled tubular florets on stron stems.
Cream, white, lavender and rose colors.
42 - 48"
Grow in the sun in northern climates
Zone 5 - 9
 

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HOLLYHOCK
Alcea ficifolia
Happy Lights
An old fashion mix of yellow, copper, rose, burgundy,
pinks, and white single hollyhocks.
Grows best along a fence or against a building
in informal settings.  Lasts for years.
6 - 8' tall, Full sun
Zone 3 - 10
 

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LUPINE
Lupine polyphyllus
Tutti Fruitti
Blooms the first year, producing large,
bicolored blooms on strong stems.
Wide range of colors for cottage gardens.
36 - 40" tall, Sun or part shade
Zone 4 - 8
 

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