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Eschschoizia

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California poppies are one of the most popular wildflowers of all time. The cheerful golden-orange blooms appear throughout the summer. California poppies self-sow thickly and make a nice annual groundcover around taller plants.
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Eucomis

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The species autumnalis produces a long thin flower spike topped with a small rosette of leaves. Their exotic appearance makes all eucomis ideal for subtropical plantings They are also wonderful as potted plants
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Echinops

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Prickly grey-green leaves and powder-blue pompon flowers
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Eryngium

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Evergreen with soft deep green heart-shaped leaves. In early summer the thin wirey stems emerge set with spiny leaves. The flowers are bright steely blue.

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Euphorbia

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This genus is extremely varied in its plant forms and habitats, ranging from large, succulent trees and tiny, compact succulents to herbaceous perennials and semi- or evergreen, herbaceous shrubs. Their unique flower structure consists of conspicuous leaf bracts of yellow, red, purple, brown, or green, with tiny, male and female floral parts in contrasting colors. Many species are notable for these peculiar flowers, as well as their handsome foliage and their remarkable form.