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1. Pansies, Pansy
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... mild frost and can be planted outdoors to flower early in northern gardens when the temperatures warm up in late spring. They are also slow growing requiring 12-14 weeks from sowing until flowering.  ...
2. Lavender (Lavandula)
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  The lavenders (Lavandula) are a genus of 39 species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. An Old World genus, distributed from Macaronesia (Cape Verdeand Canary Islands and Madeira) ...
3. Morning Glory
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  Morning glory is a common name for over 1,000 species of flowering plants in the family Convolvulaceae, whose current taxonomy and systematics is in flux. Morning glory species belong to many ...
4. Sunflower
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  Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an annual plant native to the Americas. It possesses a large inflorescence (flowering head). The sunflower got its name from its huge, fiery blooms, whose shape ...
5. Aquilegia vulgaris
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... throughout its flowering season (see above). Taller varieties should be staked, and short lived varieties should be replanted every three or four years.  ...
6. Jacaranda Mimosifolia
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Jacaranda mimosifolia is a genus of 49 species of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of South America (especially Argentina, Brazil, Peru andUruguay), ...
7. Cercis siliquastrum
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... pruning is best carried out in the winter. A very ornamental plant, flowering well in Cornwall. It flowers better when growing in a continental climate. The flowers are produced on the branches of the ...
... the flowering stem early (2–3 inches), as flowering consumes some of the plant's energy, and reduces the rate of trap production. If healthy plants are allowed to flower, successful pollination will result ...
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