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This daylily has cheerful, ruffly yellow-orange flowers.
'Jan's Twister' has large, light coral, spiderlike flowers and no fragrance.
Red daylily with a yellow center.
This everblooming daylily is a member of the Happy Ever Appster(R) family of daylilies. All Happy Ever Appster daylilies are offspring of the popular 'Happy Returns' daylily and were developed by Dr. Darrel Apps, famous daylily hybridizer. 'Just Plum Happy' flaunts 6-inch-wide, bright rose-pink blooms with purple centers on stems 12 to 16 inches tall from June to frost above a clump of deep green, strappy leaves 18 to 24 inches wide.
Peach daylily with yellow accents.
'Kindly Light' has large, yellow-green, spider-like flowers but no fragrance.
This daylily has large red flowers with a yellow center and yellow accents.
This cultivar has large flowers and is semi-evergreen in some climates.
Hemerocallis 'Mini Pearl'
This is a lovely yellow-pink (some say apricot) daylily.
This bright yellow flowered daylily has a long blooming period, producing ruffled flowers over four or five months. Each flower opens for one day. It is a vigorous grower that may be the most widely grown daylily.
'Strawberry Candy' has small, rose-pink flowers with yellow centers. They are semi-evergreen in some climates.
This daylily has large, pale creamy pink flowers.
'Yum Yum' has miniature red flowers.
An early bloomer, liverwort has tiny, cup-shaped, blue, pink, or white flowers in spring. Three-lobed, mottled, mid-green leaves appear after the blooms.
This plant reaches up to 15 feet high, with coarsely hairy, deeply lobed, irregularly toothed, mid-green leaflets up to 5 feet wide; hollow, ridged, purple-blotched stems; and huge umbels of white flowers.
This plant is a biennial or short-lived perennial with leafy stems and 4- to 8-inch-long toothed, hairy leaves. Lilac or purple, sometimes white, flowers are borne from late spring to midsummer in racemes or panicles.
This evergreen, California-native shrub grows to 20 feet tall and wide and produces abundant clusters of tiny white flowers in early summer, which attract beneficial insects that help control pests. This is followed by bright red berries that feed wildlife in fall and winter. The only species of its genus, Toyon is closely related to the genus Photinia.
Bright lime green foliage and perky rose-colored flowers in spring make this plant a great selection. It turns a nice orange in autumn.
This heuchera has burgundy leaves splashed with silver and grows up to 16 inches tall and 18 inches wide. Pink flowers emerge in spring and rise to 26 inches tall. This plant performs well in both garden beds and in containers, where it makes a wonderful filler plant.
This heuchera, sold as Dolce® Blackcurrant in the U.S., has purple and silver leaves veined with black and grows up to 16 inches tall and 20 inches wide. While it flowers in early summer, it is grown primarily for its dramatic foliage and performs well in both garden beds and containers.
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