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Thursday, May 21, 2020


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Nell Lancaster

I love E. pubigerum; yours looks very much at home! Its flowers aren't as showy as many, but it looks as if it were naturally growing there.

Kris P

So beautiful! I've noted that some other plants tend to bloom in color sequences too, like Freesia and Lisianthus. Who knows? Maybe there's some reason for that that only the plants themselves understand.

Lisa at Greenbow

What a lot of Epimediums! I love them too. I have trouble getting them established. My most successful one is the Sulphureum. I really like those reds.

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