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    Downton Abbey Pretty Lady Rose™ rose

    Rosa ‘WEKdadoda’

    Old-fashioned English style rose enhanced with extraordinary fragrance.

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    Dahlia ‘Kaiser Wilhelm’

    Dahlia 'Kaiser Wilhelm'

    Of the maybe 10,000 named dahlias introduced in the 1800s—when dahlias ranked right up there with roses in popularity—only three survive.

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    Dahlia ‘Zorro’

    Dahlia 'Zorro'

    For a change of pace, 'Zorro' looks fantastic floating stemless in a bowl of water.

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    Dahlia ‘Bodacious’

    Dahlia 'Bodacious'

    'Bodacious' lives up to its name, with brilliant color and blooms that are supersized in both height and diameter.

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    ‘Saffier’ Grape hyacinth

    Muscari armeniacum 'Saffier'

    Grape hyacinths are hardy, easy to grow, and have long-lasting blooms--no garden should be without them.

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    ‘Bishop of Llandaff’ Dahlia

    Dahlia 'Bishop of Llandaff'

    With its deep purple-black leaves and brilliant summer blooms, 'Bishop of Llandaff' is a fine addition to the sunny bed or border.

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    Delphinium ‘Blue Bird’

    Delphinium 'Bluebird'

    'Blue Bird' is a Pacific Hybrid delphinium grown as an annual or biennial.

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    Dahlia ‘Kidd’s Climax’

    Dahlia 'Kidd's Climax'

    The pink-and-cream dinner-plate-sized 'Kidd's Climax' of 1947 has 10-inch flowers atop 4-foot-tall plants.

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    Dahlia ‘Bed Head’

    Dahlia 'Bed Head'

    'Bed Head'  is a tall plant with 4-inch-wide salmon-colored blooms with an unusually tangled appearance.

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    Dahlia ‘Jersey Beauty’

    Dahlia 'Jersey Beauty'

    The 20th century's most celebrated dahlia is 'Jersey Beauty'.