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Felder Rushing

(Burgundy Okra, Okra)

Deepest burgundy pods and stems set this ornamental and delicious okra apart from the others. 'Burgundy' is a pleasing heirloom that's very easy to grow and looks dramatic in any garden setting.

It's hard to believe that okra is in the same family as hollyhocks and hibiscus. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have...

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Jessie Keith

(Okra)

Bright red stems and scarlet okra pods distinguish the vigorous okra, 'Red Velvet.' This tall, ornamental selection has tasty fruits that are best harvested young and tender.

It's hard to believe that okra is in the same family as hollyhocks and hibiscus. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo.

Mature plants become quite tall and have a sturdy upright habit....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Fernleaf Yarrow)

The tall, bold fernleaf yarrow has lovely foliage and summer flowers. It is a popular perennial that originates from Europe and Asia, but has naturalized across much of North America. Its fragrant, fernlike leaves are green or gray-green and form basal clumps that spread over time. In late spring to early summer it sends up tall, leafy stems topped with large, dense, flattened clusters of tiny golden yellow flowers, which may last as long as four weeks. Its flowers are great for cutting, and also...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Cloth of Gold Fernleaf Yarrow, Fernleaf Yarrow)

Fernleaf yarrow is a tall, bold perennial originating from Europe and Asia which is valued for its lovely foliage and dense, flat-topped clusters of golden-yellow flowers in summer. The fragrant, fernlike leaves of ‘Cloth of Gold’ are light green and form a basal clump that spreads over time. In late spring to early summer it sends up tall, leafy stems topped with large, dense, flattened clusters of tiny golden yellow flowers, which may last as long as four weeks. Its flowers are great for cutting,...

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James H. Schutte

(Fernleaf Yarrow, Gold Plant Fernleaf Yarrow)

Fernleaf yarrow is a tall, bold perennial originating from Europe and Asia which is valued for its lovely foliage and dense, flat-topped clusters of golden-yellow flowers in summer. Those of ‘Gold Plate’ are unusually flat and broad. They are borne from late spring to early summer on tall, leafy stems which rise from vigorous clumps of fragrant, fernlike, gray-green foliage. The flowers may last as long as four weeks, and are attractive to butterflies.

As with most yarrows, 'Gold Plate' is...

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James H. Schutte

(Fernleaf Yarrow, Parker's Fernleaf Yarrow)

Fernleaf yarrow is a clump-forming herbaceous perennial native from the Caucasus to Central Asia. The cultivar 'Parker’s Variety’ bears large, deep golden yellow, flat to slightly rounded flower clusters on tall sturdy stems from late spring to midsummer. They rise from a basal clump of fragrant, fernlike, light gray-green foliage that spreads over time. The flowers may last as long as four weeks, and are attractive to butterflies.

As with most yarrows, ‘Parker’s Variety’ is tolerant of heat,...

(Common Yarrow, Paprika Common Yarrow)

The popular common yarrow 'Paprika' is a colorful and carefree hardy perennial. From early to midsummer it offers large flat-topped clusters of diminutive daisy-like flowers of russet red. These are borne above bright green, ferny basal foliage. Plants may bloom intermittently from early summer to early fall if given good care and deadheaded regularly.

Common yarrow performs best in full sun and average well-drained soil but can tolerate partial sun and dry soil. It is rhizomatous and may become...

(Giant Needlegrass, Giant Ricegrass, Giant Stipa)

Upright, graceful leaf blades of giant needlegrass create billowy tufts across the landscape. A cool-season perennial grass that often is short lived, it's native to the rocky and gravelly soils -- especially chaparral habitats -- from the Cascade Mountains of central California southward into Mexico's Baja peninsula. The root system is fibrous.

This bunching grass forms a V-shaped clump with airy, medium green leaves. Leaf blades are thin and held upright and occur in the moisture and cool...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(California Buckeye)

Beautiful and fragrant white flowers, decorative nuts, and glossy leaves make the California buckeye one of the more interesting and pretty buckeyes for the garden. Native to the canyon hills and ranges of central California, this dry-season deciduous large shrub also boasts smooth silver-gray bark that arguably makes the plant look more stunning when no leaves are present.

The warmth of spring finds the new, light green foliage emerging, with hand-like (palmate) leaves with five to seven leaflets...

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(Chater's Red Hollyhock, Hollyhock)

Hollyhock is a tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennial native to western Asia. In summer (or as early as mid-spring in mild winter climates), clumps of large, rough, heart-shaped leaves give rise to stately, leafy stalks lined with showy rounded blooms. The flowers attract butterflies and bees. Plants in the Chater's Double group have ruffled, fully double flowers, are relatively long lived, and come in various flower colors including 'Chater's Red'.

Hollyhocks thrive in full sun and moderately...