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Thursday, September 15, 2022

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Kris P

You have so many flowers I long to grow, including some I've tried. I've always been drawn to Thalictrum and Astrantia but they've made in clear they don't like SoCal. I'm hoping I see some Japanese anemones this fall, although the scorched foliage following this last heatwave doesn't bode well.

danger garden

I'm always tempted by Kirengeshoma palmata when I see in nurseries, yours looks lovely. Now I need to go see if my Anemone japonica 'Honorine Jobert' is blooming so I can include it in my Bloomday post tomorrow (a day late).

Beth@PlantPostings

Beautiful pink, purple, and yellow blooms...and fabulous foliage, too! I had no luck with Tricyrtis plants so I gave up on them, but I love them. :)

Dee

I am often surprised by certain plants if I've only seen them outside of bloom time or in a catalog. I appreciate you showing us Caryopteris 'Snow Fairy'in bloom. I do love the leaves. I have trouble with caryopteris though. I never have the right conditions, and the plants just fade away. Guess what? I don't have anemones either. I wonder why? Happy Bloom Day!

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