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Lampranthus blandus, photo courtesy of K-Pix/Alamy

Pink Vygie

Lampranthus blandus

To 6 in. high. Leaves look like agglomerations of tiny green pyramids. Flowers are pale pink daisies.

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Ribes sanguineum

Pink Winter Currant

Ribes sanguineum

To 5–12 ft. tall and wide,with maplelike, dark green,2 1/2-in.-wide leaves. In spring, produces ...

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Pink-and-White Everlasting

Helipterum

This large Australian genus contains primarily annuals but also includes some perennials. All have dai...

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Helipterum roseum

Pink-and-White Everlasting

Helipterum roseum

Topnotch flower for cutting and drying. Grows 2 ft. tall, with scanty, narrow leaves and 1- to 2-in. p...

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Rhododendron vaseyi, photo courtesy of Terry Jennings/Garden World Images

PINKSHELL AZALEA

Rhododendron vaseyi

Hardyto –20°F (–29°C). Native tomountains of North Carolina.Upright plant with irregular,sprea...

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Piñon Pine

Pinus edulis

Native from California’s desert mountains east to New Mexico and Texas, north to Wyoming. Grows ...

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Pitcher Sage

Lepechinia

Like some sages, these reach 6 ft. tall and nearly as wide, with a rustic native look; once establishe...

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Pitcher Sage

Lepechinia calycina

Lance-shaped to narrowly egg-shaped leaves. Blooms in late spring. ‘Rocky Point’ grows 2 ft. high, spr...

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Lepechinia fragrans 'El Tigre', photo courtesy of Jerry Pavia

Pitcher Sage

Lepechinia fragrans

Furry gray-greenleaves, somewhatsquared off at base. Bloomsin spring and summer.

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Plantain Lily

Hosta

Large clumps of big, fresh-looking spring leaves makethese perfect understory plants; spikes of blue, ...

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Plantain Lily

Hosta hybrids

There are many hundreds of possibilities. Size given at the start of each listing is for foliage clum...

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Plum tree

Plum and prune

Plum

Like their cherry, peach, and apricot relatives, these are stone fruits belonging to the genus Pru...

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