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Posts: 890 | Registered: Aug 27, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Love the architecture of bear's breeches. Bigger than last year. Great in the shade garden

 
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Love the flower heads, hate the foliage. Centaurea (knapweed). Bees love it. May have to deadhead to prevent spreading...Does anyone know if it's a native???

 
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Can someone ID this for me? It showed up in a batch of black-eyed susans.

 
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Are those Shasta Daisies in the first picture? I would like to start a grouping of those. Have always loved them, reminds me of my dad's garden in Kansas. Are they pretty hardy?
 
Posts: 679 | Location: TX Gulf coast, zone 9 | Registered: Mar 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Jan, how lovely your garden is. Love the first shot. Not sure what your mystery yellow bloom is - kinda looks like some sort of coreopsis.

SSTR - shasta daisies are extremely hardy...even perform pretty good in drought conditions and they will bloom all summer long.

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Posts: 3580 | Location: southern middle Tennessee | Registered: May 05, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That's good to know!!!!
 
Posts: 679 | Location: TX Gulf coast, zone 9 | Registered: Mar 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Love that purple! Shasta daisies were some of the first garden flowers I ever grew...Should try to dig out my old antique photographs (LOL) I used to have sooo many. No room for them anymore but loved them! They are a great summer garden bed bloom!


"Those that throw mud, lose ground!" :>)
 
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Love the Centaurea, I agree the flower is great, foliage is ugly.


There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments. Janet Kilburn Phillips
 
Posts: 4431 | Location: Central PA | Registered: Sep 04, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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