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Thursday, June 22, 2023


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What a lovely mystery: "unknown white variety popped up amongst my red ones"... the odd color mixed in when you purchased them?
Either way, the contrast between petals and vibrant stamens is beautiful.

Linda Brazill

CHAVLI — It had to have been an odd bulb tossed in. It grew amidst the red ones for a number of years until I moved it to a bed of its own where it has nicely increased.

Barbara H.


Kris P

I so admire Martagon lilies! It's yet another group oif plants I can't grow. The white one is especially striking.


Mrs. R.O. Backhouse with the pink buds opening to golden yellow is a stunner. That's a lot of martagon lilies!


The foxgloves and Martagon! Wow, so pretty. And the mystery bloom, it is really a stunner.

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