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Centaurea bella

Centaurea bella

Bella is a small form of the Turkish simplicicaulis with rose flowers and attractive tufts of foliage heavily white felted beneath.____ZONE 5
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Centaurea jacaea

Centaurea jacaea

Native to dry meadows and open woods in europe, this is a rather attractive knapweed. it is now a well established part of the U. S. flora.____ZONE 5
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Centaurea kotschyi ssp decumbens

Centaurea kotschyi ssp decumbens

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Centaurea ruthenica

Centaurea ruthenica

Native to the Transylvanian Alps, ruthenica has narrow dark green foliage and large sulfur yellow pompom flowers atop 120cm stems. It is a most impressive plant for the back of the border perhaps as a backdrop for Centaurea montana.____ZONE 5
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Centaurium scilloides

Centaurium scilloides

Native to coastal Arctic Europe This looks just like chloodes with similar small cushions of thready stemmed Gentian foliage, nearly hidden most of the time beneath masses of tiny long tubed pink Gentian flowers, it is supposed to be perennial and permanent, however for us it persists more by self sowing, seldom living more than a few years.____ZONE 5
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Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

Ceratostigma is a small genus in the plumbaginacaea, flowers are brilliant blue produced for months in summer and fall, autumn foliage is brilliant red and it turns while still covered in blue flowers. Planted en masse it is a spectacular landscape plant tolerating both sun and shade.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Chasmanthium latifolium

Chasmanthium latifolium

Sea Oats, a zone 4 hardy perennial grass with pendant flattened overlapping lemmas much like a flat angular Briza maxima.____ZONE 4
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Chasmatophyllum musculinum

Chasmatophyllum musculinum

Yet another of the "Hardy" Delosperma-like mesembs (hardy in Denver's zone five has become something of a joke around here, which is why I have such disdain for zone maps). It survived the winter here but died in the spring mushy season, like most of them it needs it dry to make it, but it is easy to bring a piece inside, they root like weeds.
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Chasmatophyllum sp.

Chasmatophyllum sp.

A nearly everblooming plant from Krugerskrall via Alan Bradshaw with bright yellow flowers over tufts of foliage that emerge emerald green in spring in nice contrast to the bluish overwintering foliage.
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Chrysanthemum (Dendranthema) 'Clara Curtis'

Chrysanthemum (Dendranthema) 'Clara Curtis'

Once listed as Dendranthema zawadskii, (not any more they threw out that horrible revision) and a parent of the Korean Chrysanthemums Clara is a large flowered single pink.____ZONE 5
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