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Gewoon duizendblad
Common Yarrow is a very common wild plant with finely incised leaves and robust white flowers. Suitable for use as both cut and dried flowers. Attracts butterflies.
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Dropplant
Anise Hyssop is a robust branched plant with four-sided stems topped with tall bluish-purple flower spikes. The plant releases a strong smell when bruised. Attracts butterflies.
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Agastache mexicana Lavender Haze
Mexican Giant Hyssop 'Lavender Haze' is a robust branched plant with four-sided stems and tall light blue flower spikes. It has an anise-like fragrance, especially after being touched. Attracts bees and butterflies.
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Stokroos, gemengd – Alcea rosea
Hollyhock (mixed) is an upright plant with sturdy flower stems. This mix includes single-petaled flowers in various colours. Should be given support or a sheltered location.
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Duizendschoon – Dianthus barbatus
Sweet William is a vigorous, old-fashioned plant that produces tightly clustered flower heads in a wide range of colour combinations: white, pink, red and purple. A very good cut flower.
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Gewoon vingerhoedskruid
Common Foxglove is a plant often found growing in the wild. It forms a rosette during the first year; in the second year, it produces flower stems with large pink or white 'foxgloves'. The entire plant is poisonous.
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Grote kaardebol
Wild Teasel is a robust, prickly plant. Its lilac flowers appear in a wreath around its flower head. A good plant for producing dried flowers. Attracts bees and butterflies.
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Zonnehoed White Swan
Coneflower 'White Swan' is a strong plant which is very valuable in borders. Surrounding its rounded greenish-orange centre are greenish-white petals. Suitable for use as cut flowers.
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Rode zonnehoed – Echinacea purpurea
Purple Coneflower is a medicinal plant. Its large purple-red petals surrounding a central cone make it quite a pretty flower. Suitable for use as cut flowers.
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Muurbloem – Erysimum cheiri
Wallflower starts to bloom the year after it is sown/planted. During early spring, it produces delightfully scented double-petaled flowers in a various shades of red, orange and yellow. Suitable for use as cut flowers. Attracts bees and butterflies. 
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Leucanthemum vulgare Wilde margriet
Ox-eye Daisy is a highly branched wild plant with white-yellow flowers. Easily reseeds. Commonly found in road verges and meadows.
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Lampionplant – Physalis alkekengi
Chinese Lantern has attractive orange 'balloons' surrounding its seeds. Suitable for use as dried flowers. Produces strong rhizomes. Inedible.
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