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Anthyllis vulneraria, Kidney Vetch or Lady’s Fingers, is a british native wildflower normally a rich yellow in colour. The scarlet and deep red, nearly black forms are much more dramatic.
Abutilon (Malvaceae) start at fairly hardy, shading into semi tender to tender shrubs.
Abelias are shrubs in the Caprifoliaceae family to which honeysuckles, kolkwitzia and dipelta also belong. Hardiness varies but is down to around -15°C.