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Image of Erythronium americanum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dogtooth Violet, Yellow Adder's Tongue)

An elegant hardy perennial from moist woodlands of eastern North America, yellow trout lily is grown for its exquisite spring flowers and its strikingly marked foliage. Nodding from wiry, naked stems above paired basal leaves, the solitary yellow flowers have six backswept segments that give them the appearance of taking flight. Their exteriors are brushed with maroon. A starburst of purple-brown or yellow anthers protrudes from the gaping blooms. The broadly lance-shaped basal leaves are bronze-green...

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Jesse Saylor

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

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Maureen Gilmer

(California Poppy, Orange King California Poppy)

California poppy is a variable species found in the grasslands of the western and southwestern United States. An annual or long-lived perennial, 'Orange King' is slightly taller growing and has strongly orange flowers above lacy blue-green or gray foliage from spring throughout fall in the hottest climates. Plants will continuously bloom if pinched back, otherwise will produce interesting seedheads that will attract hungry songbirds.

California poppy prefers full sun and average, well drained...

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James H. Schutte

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

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Jesse Saylor

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

Image of Eschscholzia californica

Jesse Saylor

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

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Lane Greer

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

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James Burghardt

(Pineapple Lily, Sparkling Burgundy Pineapple Lily)

Native to South Africa, pineapple lilies are bulbous, tender perennials which are distinguished by their showy flower clusters somewhat resembling pineapples. The selection ‘Sparkling Burgundy’ features dramatic, dark purple foliage which adds a bold splash to summer containers and gardens.

Emerging with the warm temperatures of spring, the broad, strap-shaped leaves of this eye-catching perennial form a large, fountain-like rosette. Dense, cylindrical clusters of small, starry, light purple...

(Hemp Agrimony)

Hemp agrimony is a pretty perennial with attractively shaped leaves, colorful stems and butterfly-attracting flowers in summer and early fall. Considered a European wildflower, this plant is also native to extreme northern Africa and western Asia. The compound leaves have between three to five leaflets arranged in a hand-like shape, resembling cannibis. By mid to late summer, the reddened stems support the dark pink, lavender or reddish flowers at their tips. Rarely an all-white flowering plant can...

(Hemp Agrimony)

Flore Pleno hemp agrimony is a pretty perennial with attractively shaped leaves, colorful stems and long-lasting, double flowers in summer and early fall. Considered a European wildflower, this plant is also native to extreme northern Africa and western Asia. The compound leaves have between three to five leaflets arranged in a hand-like shape, resembling cannibis. By mid to late summer, the reddened stems support the lavender-pink flowers. Insects, especially bees, will visit the double flowers,...