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  1. Digiplexus 'Berry Canary'

    Digiplexus 'Berry Canary'

    Foxglove, 'Berry Canary'

    This tropical looking foxglove is one the longest blooming perennials in the garden, blooming strong from late spring to frost. 'Berry Canary' has a compact, proportional habit and thus a neater appearance in containers and landscapes. Spikes of hot pink flowers with creamy yellow, burgundy speckled throats are borne all the way around the stems above the rosettes of large, glossy, dark green leaves.
  2. Digiplexus 'Illumination Raspberry'

    Digiplexus 'Illumination Raspberry'

    Foxglove, 'Illumination Raspberry'

    This tropical looking foxglove is one the longest blooming perennials in the garden, blooming strong from late spring to frost. 'Illumination Raspberry' hybrid has magenta pink blooms with salmon throats on flower stalks to 3 feet tall. Blooms from spring to fall.
  3. Lunaria annua

    Lunaria annua

    Money Plant

    Silver dollar (also commonly called dollar plant, money plant, moonwort, honesty and lunaria) is a tall, hairy-stemmed biennial that is native to southeastern Europe and western Asia. It has been widely planted in North America, and over time has escaped gardens and naturalized in many parts of the U. S. and southern Canada. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall clad with alternate to opposite, oval to heart-shaped, serrated, medium green leaves that are pointed at the tip. Upper leaves are sessile. Racemes of 4-petaled purple flowers (to 1/2” across) bloom above the foliage in spring (April-May). Flowers give way in mid-summer to sprays of flattened, paper-thin, silver-dollar sized fruit ( to 2” wide) which become translucent with maturity. As the common name suggests, the fruits are the most noteworthy ornamental feature of this plant. Fruit-laden stems are valued for dried arrangements. Remove stems from the garden just as the green fruit color disappears and bring them inside for hanging upside down to dry.
  4. Pennisetum rubrum 'Fireworks'

    Pennisetum setaceum 'Fireworks' PP18504

    Fireworks Fountain Grass

    Colorful, upright growing grass with variegated stripes of white, green, burgundy and hot pink running the length of the blade. Purple tassles appear in summer. Plant as a specimen or in mass for a stunning display of color. A great addition to containers and beds near your patio or deck.
  5. P. xadvena 'Cherry Sparkler'

    Pennisetum xadvena 'Cherry Sparkler' PPAF

    Cherry Sparkler Fountain Grass

    'Cherry Sparkler' has softer, subtler colors than Pennisetum 'Fireworks' PP18504, but it still packs a visual punch. The foliage has green and white variegated stripes suffused with pink and rose. This fountain grass sports long, curling, intense-pink plumes all summer long, which add to its charm and blushing palette. The mature height of 2 - 2.5 feet make it perfect for small-scale urban gardens, for layering in color beds, and for mixed containers.
  6. Rosmarinus officinalis 'Barbeque'

    Rosmarinus officinalis 'Barbeque'

    Rosemary, 'Barbeque'

    Foliage of this selection has especially good flavor and aroma for cooking. Strong, straight stems make perfect barbecue skewers! Fast growing, upright shrub with profuse, clear blue flowers that bloom in August–September. Takes to pruning well, perfect for hedging or screens. Evergreen.
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Special thanks to Missouri Botanical Gardens, Walters Gardens and Wikipedia – for plant information and photos.