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The following plants are available from Herbly Wonderful.  An underlined name indicates a link to a page for that flower, describing uses, Latin name, growing requirements, and history, where available. 

A Latin (or botanical) name is provided for each flower.  The first word in the name identifies the genus of the plant, and is capitalized.  The second word in the name identifies the species within the genus.  A variety of the species may be specified by a "v." or "var." preceding the name for a species that occurs naturally in the wild.  A cultivar (cultivated variety) is a plant that is developed for its desirable characteristics, and does not occur naturally.  Cultivar names are enclosed in single quotes. Trademarked plants indicated by a .

The notations about which flowers are edible are recommendations -- Herbly Wonderful assumes no responsibility.  Persons with allergies must determine if eating edible flowers is appropriate.  Edible flowers, packaged for consumption, are available only through pre-order directly from our farm.  Click here for a complete list of edible flowers.

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ANNUALS


Coleus
Trachelium
 

PERENNIALS

Ajuga
Artemesia
Astilbe
Buddleia
Daylily (edible)

Dianthus (edible)
Echinacea (edible)
Fern
Gaura
Grasses
Heuchera
Hydrangea
Ivy
Liatris
Lily (edible)
Loosestrife
Lupine
Lysmachia
Perovskia (Russian Sage)
Roses (edible)
Rudbeckia
Sedum
Sempervivum
Shasta Daisy
Trachelium
Veronica (Speedwell)
Wisteria


Click here for a plant hardiness zone map, courtesy of the Arbor Day Foundation.


For additional information about Flowers, 
go to the on-line encyclopedia, courtesy of Wikipedia.

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