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Tigridia pavonia 'Alba Grandiflora' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled white flowers with red central spots.

Tigridia pavonia 'Aurea' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled yellow flowers with red central spots.

Tigridia pavonia 'Canariensis' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled pale yellow flowers with red central spots.

Tigridia pavonia 'Lilacea' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled deep pink flowers with red central spots.

Tigridia pavonia is an Iris relative with intriguing, three-petaled flowers with red central spots on flowers in bold, tropical shades of white, yellow, magenta, orange, and red.

Tigridia pavonia 'Speciosa' is an Iris relative with large, three-petaled coral red flowers with yellow centers covered with red spots.

Star jasmine, Trachelospermum jasminoides, is a beautiful, evergreen climber with masses of sweetly fragrant, white flowers.

Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison' is a more cold tolerant version of the star jasmine hardy to zone 7.

Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Pink Showers' is a special pink form of the normally white star jasmine.

Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Star of Toscane' is a more cold tolerant yellow form of the star jasmine.

Tropaeolum brachyceras is a climbing nasturtium with small leaves and thin tubular bright yellow flowers.

Climbing nasturtium, Tropaeolum speciosum, is a choice climbing vine with dainty stems and delicate, clover-like leaves that erupts into masses of bright red flowers in summer.

Tropaeolum tricolor is a climbing nasturtium with numerous funnel-shaped red, yellow, green, and purple flowers.

Tropaeolum tuberosum is a climbing nasturtium with small leaves and thin tubular orange flowers.

Tropaeolum tuberosum 'Ken Aslet' is an amazing climbing nasturtium with glaucous small leaves and thin tubular orange flowers.

Tupistra nutans has thick, strap-like, emerald green, evergreen leaves and edible flowers used in curries.