This cold-hardy variety with delicious edible purple-brown fruit.
In late summer, naked flower scapes rise to 2 feet tall, each bursting with four to seven funnel-shaped, rose-pink blooms.
A perennial vine with greenish-white to yellow flowers that become large, gorgeous fruits that split in autumn to reveal red seeds inside orange husks.
Enjoy colorful bouquets before the snow flies.
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These hardy perennials pass the test for low-maintenance and good looks.
They may be cute, but they can wreak havoc in your garden and home.
An arch of delicate, creamy white, bell-shaped flowers.
A delicious new variety for 2010.
A gentle giant in the garden with bright yellow blooms.