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Gazania Daybreak mix. Hardy
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Coreopsis Early Sunrise. Hardy
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Lantana Gold. Tender.
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Helianthus Monarch. Hardy.
Amicia Zygomeris - The leaves close up together in the evening. It has yellow flowers and can grow to 7-8 feet. Hardy.
Gaillardia Mesa? The only one of the seeds sown to look like the one on the left. Easy to grow from seed and hardy.
Rudbeckia Goldsturm.
Hardy
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Gaillardia Arizona Sun.
Hardy
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Rudbeckia Triloba Prairie
Zephyranthes Rosea. Hardy.
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Hosta Plantaginea - Scented. Just heavenly.
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Bergonia Crackling Fire (red). Hardy.
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Zinnia Profussion Orange
Heading 6
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Tithonia ?, given to me. Clearly a sunflower of some sort.
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Variegated Ribbon Grass
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Asclepias Silky Gold. Tender
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Lantana Gold
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Zinnia Molatov. Can grow to 2 feet tall. An impressive plant.
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Brugmansia Suaveolens has evening scent. About 4 years ago this plant had 36 flowers on it at one time.
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Tigridia Pavonia above and below. Hardy and self seeds. Also called Peacock Tiger flower. 3 flowers per stem. One after the other.
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Asclepias Silky Scarlet seeds. Same as Silky Gold and Tuberosa (hardy).
Rudbeckia Tomensota Lufhasa Wheaten Gold
Rudbeckia Tomentosa Loofahsa Wheaten Gold. A rare one. Hardy. Aug18
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Tree Peony Apr19. Hardy.