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Monarda

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Bergamot has distinctive flowerheads, each one consists of a large number of curving tubular flowers growing out from a central point, creating a shaggy dome of petals. The plant has a long flowering season, from early summer to early autumn, and blooms almost continuously if deadheaded periodically.On soil that stays moist, plants can spread fairly quickly so clumps may need to be divided about every three years.

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Mesembryanthemum

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Small succulent annuals with linear to spoon-shaped leaves bearing glistening papillae and daisy-like flowers in shades of pink purple cream orange and yellow that close in dull weather

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Malva

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Marigold

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Macleaya

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Plume poppy is a striking architectural plant with tall upright stems and attractive grey to olive-green lacy foliage. In summer the stems are topped by long airy sprays of buff white flowers
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Moss Phlox

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A dense mound-forming evergreen perennial that forms cushions of hairy narrow bright green leaves. Plants produce star-like flowers from late spring to early summer