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Rich, dark, almost black foliage is enhanced by bright golden yellow flowers, opening in the morning. 3 to 4 ft. Sun. Can be grown as an annual.

Oenothera lamarckiana 'Black Magic'

Dark Evening Primrose

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Rose pink flowers on 6 inch plants in summer. Drought tolerant. Best in sun. Zones 6-10.

Oenothera kunthiana 'Glowing Magenta'

Glowing Evening Primerose

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Brilliant yellow 1 1/2 inch flowers open during the day. 1-3 ft. Edible. Sun to light shade.

Oenothera tetragogona 'Sundrops'

Evening Primrose

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Chalk white flowers in nodding clusters on striped foliage, which is 6 inches to 1 ft tall. Metallic violet blue fruit follows. Partial to shade.

Ophiopogon jaburan 'Variegata'

Variegated Mondo Grass

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Evergreen, to 15" grass-like leaves, lilac flowers that become bright blue berries. Sun to partial shade. Zone 7.

Ophiopogon japonica

Mondo Grass

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Evergreen, 2 inch grass-like foliage, lilac flowers that become bright blue berries. Zone 5. Partial sun to shade.

Ophiopogon japonica 'Nana'

Dwarf Mondo Grass

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Bright cream and green blades with lilac flowers and blue berries to 4 inches. Partial shade to sunny spot. Zone 7.

Ophiopogon japonica 'Pam Harper'

Variegated Dwarf Mondo

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Dark green 6 inch foliage with blue berries. Best in partial shade.

Ophiopogon planiscapus

Mondo Grass

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Black blades with lilac flowers and blue berries to 8 inches. Best in partial shade.

Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'

Black Mondo Grass

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Yellow flowers on spiny foliage to 6 inches. Best in well-drained soil and Sun. Zones 4-11.

Opuntia polyacantha

Prickly Pear Cactus

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Bright yellow-green foliage and white flowers. Groundcover or as an edible herb. Sun.

Origanum vulgare 'Aureum'

Golden Oregano

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Intensely fragrant, compact, edible foliage. Mostly white flowers June-Oct. Best in sun. Zone 4-8.

Origanum vulgare ssp hirtum

Pizza Oregano

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Evergreen with tiny white fragrant flowers in spring. Deer-proof. 3-8 ft. Sun-partial sun. Zones 7.

Osmanthus delaveii 'Baki Kasapligil'

Turkish Sweet Olive

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Naturalizes easily. Pink flowers in spring. Bright green foliage with pink undersides. Best in shade. Zones 7-9.

Oxalis oregana

Oregon Wood Sorrel

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Large purple triangular foliage in threes to 6 inches. White flowers sit above foliage. Best in partial shade.

Oxalis triangularis

Purple Sorrel

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