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Friday, June 30, 2017


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Lisa at Greenbow

I have Dark Towers. It is a good plant. I had to move mine this spring due to the Magnus cone flower was overshadowing it. I also put Dark Towers in the front of a bed. My daughter has had Alstromeria in her garden. It is a short lived perennial in her garden and her garden is 60 miles south of my garden. I will be curious to see how it does in your garden. Your garden is a little more moist than hers. I hope it grows good for you.


Alstroemeria 'Inca Ice' is gorgeous! Fingers crossed for it's hardiness in your garden.


Hope the alstroemeria does well for you! I have two in pots and am not nearly brave enough to plant them in the ground. I hear it's all about winter drainage... which I am not familiar with here.

Loree / danger garden

I love the look of Penstemon 'Dark Towers' - perhaps it's time I plant a Penstemon...


I grow the older 'Husker Red'. 'Dark Towers' looks good.


Penstemon 'Dark Towers' looks very appealing. I've become a fan of penstemon. The one Jason mentioned above, Husker Red, is the only one that thrives and self-seeds in my garden.

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