Sonchus Fruticosus

fruticosus is a vigorous, tender, evergreen subshrub forming erect, palm-like, grey-green stems, each bearing a rosette of large, lance-shaped, lobed, glossy, mid-green leaves and open, branching clusters of yellow flower heads in summer.

Phlomis Purpurea

Phlomis purpurea (Purple Phlomis) – A sprawling shrub that grows 4-6 feet tall by as wide with upright stems bearing woolly, medium gray-green leaves and lavender flowers in whorls that rise just above the foliage throughout the year with a peak bloom in late spring.

Catananche Caerulea

Catananche caerulea, Cupid's dart, is a greyish green perennial herbaceous plant with a basal leaf rosette and conspicuous blue-purple or sometimes white flowerheads, belonging to the daisy family. It is a popular garden plant and is often used in dried flower arrangements. It is native to the Mediterranean region.