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  1. Abutilon flowers in a range of colours, from bright red and oranges, to lovely pinks pastels and whites.

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    Seldom offered as seed, Abutilon x hybridum is a popular group of hybrids that are frost-tender shrubs typically growing 60 to 90cm tall. The lantern-like buds open to solitary, pendulous, bell shaped flowers up to 8cm in diameter.

  2. Amsonia illustris

    Amsonia illustris

    Shining Blue Star, Ozark Blue Star

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    Amsonia illustris is perhaps the boldest of the Amsonias, a little taller and showier with shiny green leaves and larger blue flowers. They flower reliably year after year, are not fussy about soil or situation and are very hardy. The foliage stays green through summer and turns a brilliant gold in the autumn. This is an extraordinary long lived designer perennial that deserves wider use.

  3. Aruncus dioicus, Goat's Beard

    Aruncus dioicus, Goat's Beard

    White Goat's Beard, Bride's Feathers

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    Aruncus dioicus’ commonly known as Goat's Beard or Bride's Feathers is one of the most handsome plants for the perennial bed. Its leaves are large and it has an abundance of flowers and in the autumn it turns an impressive, autumnal yellow colour.
  4. Brugmansia sanguinea 'Red Datura'

    Brugmansia sanguinea 'Red Datura'

    Angels Trumpet, Tree Datura, Eagle Tree.

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    Brugmansia sanguinea is probably the most spectacular of the species and distinguished from all others by the abundance of vibrant fiery red blooms. The elegant, trumpet-shaped flowers starting out yellow blend into a burst of brilliant red and makes an exciting addition to any garden or conservatory.

  5. They can transform a terrace or patio into a tropical paradise.

    These exotic beauties, native to South America, can transform a terrace or patio into a tropical paradise. Angel Trumpets are large shrubs with lush foliage and masses of delightfully fragrant trumpets. In the cool, moist air of evening, their fragrance is spellbinding.

  6. Brugmansia can transform a terrace or patio into a tropical paradise.

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    This shrubby brugmansia is a heavy bearer of stunning pendulous yellow flowers, it is delightful when grown in a patio pot and may be grown indoors with bright light and warmth, where it can be pruned to desirable size. The flowers are especially fragrant in the evening.

  7. Euphorbia characias forms a natural rounded shape, and brings structure and an architectural quality to the garden, while the colour and texture offer almost endless contrast possibilities.

    Euphorbia characias subsp wulfenii

    Mediterranean Spurge

    One of the grandest of plants, Euphorbia characias 'Wulfenii' has upright stems clothed with whorls of fleshy, mat grey-green leaves that lend the whole plant a textural quality that is unparalleled. From March to June the plants are topped with intense chartreuse-green flowers'.

  8. Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant that deserves to be better known.

    Euphorbia myrsinites

    Myrtle Spurge

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    Euphorbia myrsinites is a charming plant, a prostrate-growing evergreen with trailing stems that are clad in spiraling grey-blue leaves. An easy, tough, tidy groundcover and one of the most useful and highly ornamentally plants to grow in the garden.
  9. It colours up with a great mound of yellow-green that lasts the best part of a month, fading gracefully for a month or so after.

    Euphorbia polychroma

    Cushion spurge, Many-coloured spurge.
    Euphorbias give us some of the best early spring herbaceous colour, but Euphorbia polychroma has the most impact. This compact variety grows to only 50cm with a great mound of yellow-green flowers in spring and echoes the daffodils.
  10. Climate change is partly responsible for this plant's popularity, but just as significant is our increasing sense of adventure as gardeners.
    The lush growth, coupled with the large, glaucous leaves of Melianthus major has made it as fashionable as tree ferns. If you don't want to mimic the rain forest, try growing it amongst slender-leaved grasses and perennials. The plants add texture and provide a good background to bright colours in the garden.
  11. The wild rose bursts with lightly scented, usually flesh pink flowers (though they can be pinker or whitish) in summer.

    Rosa canina

    Shrub Rose, Dog Rose
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

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    The wild rose bursts with lightly scented, usually flesh pink flowers (though they can be pinker or whitish) in summer. They are followed by a terrific show of bright red hips, they can be used to make jam, jelly, syrup, marmalade and wine. Delicious and an excellent natural source of vitamin C.

  12. Gorse is a valuable plant for wildlife, in many areas it is one of the first plants to flower, so is an important source of pollen to the early emerging bees.

    Ulex europaeus

    Gorse, Whin, Furze, Prickly Broom.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

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    Gorse are usually associated with western Britain and Ireland. At its best in spring, it blooms with an explosion of yellow, the flowers have a distinctive strong coconut scent. Gorse bears some flowers year round, hence the old country phrase: “When gorse is out of blossom, kissing is out of fashion”.

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