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Centaurea cineraria (Silvery-leaved knapwed)

Other names: Dusty miller, Velvet centaurea, Centaurea candidissima, Centaurea gymnocarpa

C. cineraria is a variable, upright, rarely prostrate, evergreen perennial with woolly, ovate to lance-shaped, silvery-grey leaves, finely-divided into elliptic or lance-shaped lobes and spherical, purple to purple-pink flower heads in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.5m
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Ultimate height 0.8m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Centaurea triumfettii subsp. stricta (Erect centaury)

Other names: Squarrose knapweed, Centaurea stricta

C. triumfettii subsp. stricta is a clump-forming, rhizomatous, deciduous perennial with woolly, narrowly lance-shaped, toothed, grey-green leaves and, in early summer, upright stems bearing blue flower heads with reddish-purple central florets.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Clematis fasciculiflora (Small-flowered clematis)

Other names: Clematis montana var. fasciculiflora

C. fasciculiflora is a vigorous, evergreen climber with pinnate leaves divided into leathery, silver-marked, purple- or bronze-flushed, dark green leaves and fragrant, nodding, bell-shaped, creamy-white flowers in winter or spring.
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Ultimate spread 4m
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Ultimate height 8m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Sempervivum montanum (Mountain houseleek)

Other names: Anomalous houseleek, Sempervivum helveticum, Sedum montanum, Sempervivum debile, Sempervivum monticolum

S. montanum is a vigorous, variable, mat-forming, evergreen succulent with clustered rosettes of sharp-pointed, fleshy, finely hairy, lance-shaped, grey- or bright green leaves. Short, leafy stems bearing loose cymes of reddish-purple flowers in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.1m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Primula veris (Cowslip)

Other names: Palsywort, Bedlam cowslip, fairy cup, Galligaskins, Gaskins, Herb Peter, Key flower, Keywort, Lady's bunch of keys, Lady's candlestick, Lady's keys, Lady's seal, Luck flower, Paggles, Paigle, Paiglewort, Paralysis, Petty mullein, Primerole, Primet, St Peter's wort , Primula macrocalyx, Primula montana

P. veris is a low growing herbaceous perennial plant forming a rosette of leaves and deep yellow flowers in the spring.
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Ultimate spread 0.2m
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Ultimate height 0.2m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Antigonon leptopus (Coral vine)

Other names: Chain of love, Confederate vine, Corallita, Mexican creeper, Bee bush, Love's chains, Mexican mountain rose, Pink vine, Queen's wreath, Rosa de montana, Rose of the mountain, West Indian mountain rose, San Miguelito vine

A. leptopus is a tender yet vigorous, tendril-forming, evergreen climber, often grown as an annual, with triangular to heart-shaped, bright green leaves and racemes or panicles of coral-pink, red, or white flowers from summer into autumn.
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Ultimate spread 6m
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Ultimate height 12m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Primula veris 'Cabrillo' (Cowslip 'Cabrillo')

Other names: English cowslip 'Cabrillo', Palsywort 'Cabrillo', Fairy cup 'Cabrillo', St Peter's wort 'Cabrillo', Primula macrocalyx 'Cabrillo', Primula montana 'Cabrillo', St Peter's keys 'Cabrillo', Culver keys 'Cabrillo', Tisty-tosty 'Cabrillo', Primula veris 'Catrillo'

'Cabrillo' is a clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with rosettes of stalked, oblong to ovate, wrinkled, mid-green leaves and upright stems bearing umbels of fragrant, nodding, bell-shaped, bright yellow flowers in spring.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.25m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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