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Twinleaf

Diascia, Twinspur

Blue Lace Flower, Rottnest Island Daisy

Angel's fishing rod, Fairy Wand, Wandflower

Gas Plant, Burning Bush

Bleeding heart, Dicentra

Cape Marigold, African Daisy

Teasel

Fairy bells

Shooting star, American Cowslip, Indian Chief, Rooster Heads, Pink Flamingo Plant

Austrian Leopard's Bane

Leopard's bane

Livingstone Daisy

Draba

Avens

Spanish gorse, Spanish Broom

Dyer's Greenweed

Teucrium

Douglasia, Rocky Mountain Dwarf-Primrose, Vitaliana

Angel's trumpet, Devil's Trumpet, Horn of Plenty, Downy Thorn Apple

Oregano

Common Fumitory, Beggary, Earth Smoke, Wax Dolls

Indian Strawberry, Mock Strawberry

Exotic Bur Reed

Moon Carrot

Sideritis taurica

Scotch Broom, Broomtops, Common Broom, European Broom, Irish Broom

Great Yellowcress

Bugle, Bugleweed

Zaluzianskya, Night Phlox

Narrowleaf California Fuchsia, Hoary Fuchsia, Hummingbird Trumpet

Hacquetia
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