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Garden Biennials

A biennial plant takes two years to complete it's flowering cycle but worth the wait.

A photo of Wallflower

Wallflower

Erysimum spp.

A photo of Honesty

Honesty

Lunaria annua

A photo of Alexanders

Alexanders

Smyrnium spp.

A photo of Hollyhock

Hollyhock

Alcea rosea

A photo of Angelica

Angelica

Angelica spp.

A photo of Canterbury Bells

Canterbury Bells

Campanula medium

A photo of Foxglove

Foxglove

Digitalis purpurea

A photo of Common Teasel

Common Teasel

Dipsacus fullonum

A photo of Miss Willmott's Ghost

Miss Willmott's Ghost

Eryngium giganteum

A photo of Hogweed

Hogweed

Heracleum sphondylium

A photo of Lychnis Coronaria 'Atrosanguinea Group'

Lychnis Coronaria 'Atrosanguinea Group'

Silene coronaria 'Atrosanguinea Group'

A photo of Stock

Stock

Matthiola incana

A photo of Forget-Me-Nots

Forget-Me-Nots

Myosotis spp.

A photo of Woodland Tobacco Plant

Woodland Tobacco Plant

Nicotiana sylvestris

A photo of Evening primrose

Evening primrose

Oenothera spp.

A photo of Cotton Thistle

Cotton Thistle

Onopordum acanthium

A photo of Mullein

Mullein

Verbascum spp.

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