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Anisodontea x hypomadara (photo courtesy of Mark Turner)

Anisodontea x hypomadara

Cape Mallow

This South African shrub grows quickly into a rounded shape about 4 ft. tall and wide, with small, lob...

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Antennaria dioica (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Antennaria dioica

Pussy-toes

Native to Europe, North America, and northern Asia. Forms inch-high mats of woolly foliage that slowly...

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Anthemis marschalliana

Rounded plant to 1 ft. tall and wide, with finely cut, fernlike, silvery leaves and 1-in., brilliant y...

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Anthemis tinctoria (photo courtesy of Mark Turner)

Anthemis tinctoria

Golden Marguerite

Erect, shrubby plant to 2–3 ft. tall and wide, with angular stems, light green leaves, and gold-...

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Anthriscus cerefolium (photo courtesy of Carol Sharp/Flowerphotos/Photolibrary)

Anthriscus cerefolium

Chervil

Low foliage mounds about a foot wide. Flower stems, 1–2 ft. topped with white blossoms in summer...

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Anthurium andraeanum

Oblong leaves with a heart-shaped base grow 1 ft. long and 6 in. wide. Spreading, heart-shaped, pucker...

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Antigonon leptopus (photo courtesy of Susan A. Roth)

Antigonon leptopus

Queen’s Wreath

Native to Mexico. Where summers are long and hot, this tuberous-rooted perennial vine grows quickly, c...

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Antirrhinum majus (photo courtesy of Proven Winners)

Antirrhinum majus

Snapdragon

Snapdragons are among the best flowering plants for sunny borders and for cutting. Bushy and erect, th...

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Aptenia cordifolia (photo courtesy of Claire Curran)

Aptenia cordifolia

This South African native, a relative of ice plant, produces trailing stems to 2 ft. long set with inc...

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Aquilegia chrysantha (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Aquilegia chrysantha

Golden Columbine

Native to Arizona, New Mexico, and adjacent Mexico. One of the showiest species. Large, many-branched ...

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Aquilegia coerulea (photo courtesy of Lisa Butler)

Aquilegia coerulea

Rocky Mountain Columbine

Native to the Rockies; this is the state flower of Colorado. Grows to 1 1/2–3 ft. high and 2 ft....

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Aquilegia desertorum (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Aquilegia desertorum

Arizona Columbine

Native to northern Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico. Grows to 1 1/2 ft. tall and 15 in. wide, with rich b...

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