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    ‘Strawberry Fields’ gomphrena

    Gomphrena haageana ‘Strawberry Fields’

    An upright, bushy annual with flowers (actually bracts) that resemble bright red strawberries with tiny yellow "seeds.

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    Cinnamon Girl™ distylium

    Distylium ‘PIIDIST-V’

    This variety has shown greater cold tolerance than the species, so it might survive in Zone 6 with some protection.

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    ‘Tropical Storm’ elephant’s ear

    Colocasia esculenta ‘Tropical Storm’

    This striking new Colocasia features dark—almost black—foliage that develops a creamy white center as the season progresses. At about 2½ feet tall and wide, it is also more compact than…

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    Chocolate cosmos

    Cosmos atrosanguineus

    A chocolate scented flower!

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    ‘Golden Shadow’ paper mulberry

    Broussonetia papyrifera 'Golden Shadow'

    This golden-leaved version of the southern paper mulberry can be treated as a cutback shrub to control size and for best production of brilliant golden yellow, large, lobed leaves.

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    Golden marguerite

    Anthemis tinctoria

    This clump-forming perennial produces many weeks of daisy-like flowers in summer.

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    ‘Just Plum Happy’ daylily

    Hemerocallis ‘Just Plum Happy’

    This everblooming daylily is a member of the Happy Ever Appster(R) family of daylilies.

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    Dahlia ‘Figaro’

    Dahlia ‘Figaro’

    'Figaro' is a dwarf "landscape" dahlia with semi-double flowers in shades of red, pink, orange, yellow, and white.

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    Rose acacia, Bristly locust

    Robinia hispida

    This showy flowering shrub grows to 8 feet tall and wide and features dark green, compound pinnate leaves on bristly stems and pendant clusters of fragrant, pea-like, rose-pink flowers that are…

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    Vesper iris

    Pardanthopsis dichotoma

    The flowers of vesper iris open in the late afternoon over a period of several minutes, just about the time the sound of evening vespers might have wafted over an…