Million Bells (Calibrachoa) Perfectly at home in containers, along borders or in beds, million bells spill out and over to create magnificent displays of blooming color. In warmer climates they have even been known to blossom right through the winter months!
Hibiscus- when my nephew was small, he asked the name and , thereafter, when he walked by the bush, he always said " Hi, Biscus".... cute.
I've never found a rose in our area that is this deep a purple. I'd love to have it in the garden.
"Diphylleia grayi" (Skeleton flower), Gray's Diphylleia or Umbrella Leaf ~ The petals become transparent with the rain. Amazing! Related to the May Apple. http://www.plantdelights.com/Diphylleia-grayi-for-sale
Cranbrook bell (Darwinia meeboldii) Endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.
Grasses are a beautiful addition to the garden landscape.
obviously they arent these colors, but yellow inside and soft pink outside, but this is the flower i have on my succulent! and its so weird i just want to see what its called!