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Echium candicans (syn. Echium fatuosum) - Pride of Madeira (AGM). It is a large herbaceous biennial subshrub growing to 1.5-2.5m in height. In the first year after germination the plant produced a broad rosette of leaves. In the second and subsequent years woody flowering stalks are produced clothed in rough leaves. The bright blue flowers attract both butterflies and bees. Minimum temperature 5.7c. In frost-prone areas it will need Winter protection and a position in full sun.
Tropicanna® canna - FineGardening
Canna+‘Phasion’ is just one of the Cannas I have growing in my backyard - together with the green cannas and other varieties of Canna Tropicanna - I have divided them and replanted them so there are some in every garden bed. Red, Orange and Yellow blooms give that tropical look that I am trying to achieve in my backyard.