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Spring Star: Our best guess of your lovely flower buds, is that the plant is a kind of Triteleia, from the west coast of North America. A related genus is Brodiaea.
Statice Or Sea Lavender (limonium perezii): Limonium is a genus of which there are several species and varieties with clusters of flowers in purple, blue, pink or white. They have a papery-texture and it can be hard to tell if the flower is alive or dried. That's why they are often used in fresh or dried flower arrangements.
Statice Or Sea Lavender (limonium perezii): Limonium is a genus of which there are several species and varieties with clusters of flowers in purple, blue, pink or white. They have a papery-textured and it can be hard to tell if the flower is alive or dried. That's why they are often used in fresh or dried flower arrangements.
Pampas Grass (cortaderia selloana): This appears to be a type of Pampas Grass. Pampas Grass is a huge grass plant with spectacular plumes primarily in fall. Careful when handling—the leaves will slice your arms and hands—or wear protective clothing. Needs full sun and moderate water once established. rune the pampas grass in late winter or early spring, just as new shoots are beginning to emerge. Cut the dead growth back to ground level using the pruning shears.
Springbeauty (claytonia virginica): Spring beauty is often found in damp deciduous woods across America.  It has strap like leaves and its small white and pink flowers appear in April and May.
Marvel Of Peru Or Four O Clock (mirabilis jalapa): This appears to be a plant grown as an annual but readily re-seeds itself and establishes each spring. Will grow 3-6 ft. tall and as wide, sometimes trails, and will bear white, pink, yellow, or red flowers or bi-colored. Sometimes several colors will appear at the same time on the flowers, which open every day in late afternoon. Stems and leaves have a pungent odor, but at night, blossoms are quite fragrant. Needs full sun and little to…
Statice Or Sea Lavender (limonium): Appears the purple flower belongs to the Limonium genus of which there are several species and varieties.  All have leathery foliage with primarily purple, blue, pink or white clusters of papery-textured flowers. Needs full sun, moderate water and good drainage.  This is often used in fresh or dried flower arrangements.
Statice Or Sea Lavender (limonium): Appears your flower plants belong to the Limonium genus of which there are several species and varieties.  All have leathery foliage with primarily purple, blue, pink or white clusters of papery-textured flowers. Needs full sun, moderate water and good drainage.  They are often used in fresh or dried flower arrangements.
Bearded Iris (iris hybrid): This is a bearded Iris. They like full sun and regular water during growth and bloom. When planting, the rhizome should be visible on the soil surface, half buried, half exposed. You can trim the spent blossom off after bloom to improve appearance. Allow the remaining leaves to die back naturally after a killing frost.
Sea Holly (eryngium): This may be a species of sea holly. The flowers usually have a blue tint to them, and are bristly. They grow best in full sun.

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Spring Star: Our best guess of your lovely flower buds, is that the plant is a kind of Triteleia, from the west coast of North America. A related genus is Brodiaea.
Japanese Barberry (berberis thunbergii): This looks like a barberry—possibly Japanese barberry—a deciduous shrub that grows best in full sun. Red and yellow leaved varieties are sold as ornamentals but the green-leaved variety is  considered invasive in many areas.
Larkspur Or Delphinium (delphinum species): ~250 species of annuals, biennials and perennials found nearly worldwide, mostly in the mountains of any given area.
Clary Sage (salvia sclarea): The flowers have a very strong and somewhat unpleasant odor. It would be interesting to know the use these have on this farm.
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Austrian Copper Roses (rosa foetida): Rosa foetida, known by several common names, including Austrian briar, Persian yellow rose, and Austrian copper rose, is a species of rose, native to the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains in Georgia. It has yellow flowers with a scent which some find objectionable. Since there were no yellow roses native to Europe, its introduction from Persia was an important addition to the cultivation of roses, and R. foetida is now an important contributor to the…
Clary Sage (salvia sclarea): Though this photo isn't sharp enough to give us the detail we need, the plant has the general look of clary sage. You can test that by smelling the flower: if the odor is strong and unpleasant, clary sage it is.
Masterwort (astrantia major): Carrot Family plant native to Central and Eastern Europe. Grows into an as much as 3 ft. tall, 1 to 2 ft. wide clump with ~inch-wide, daisy-like pincushions of white-green or white-pink flowers that rise on stems above palmate, vaguely maple-like basal leaves. Some cultivars have medium to dark pink or purple-red flowers.
Bears Breech (acanthus): This plant appears to be an Acanthus, but you will know for sure when the flower spike open. It grows best in full sun to part shade and is quite drought tolerant once established. The most cultivated species are Mediterranean natives. Tall flower stalks come later in the season, ranging in color from white to deep purple, and are quite show stopping !
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