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April 14th Various Garden Pics

Posted by vera_eastern_wa 5b-6a (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 14, 07 at 19:41

Maltese Cross and Viola
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More Maltese Cross
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Lemon Balm
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Feverfew 'Flore Pleno' (self-sown)
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Columbine
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Creeping Thyme
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Alyssum 'Gold Dust'
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Sedum 'Autumn Joy'
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Hens-n-Chicks
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Sedum reflexum
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Daylily...
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RE: April 14th Various Garden Pics

Aha!
You're right Vera...the Maltese Cross is perennial!
Your pics helped me identify what this is coming up between the Poppies and the Yarrow:
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My MC seedlings were always looking a little ragged last year and I don't think I ever formally transplanted it. I probably dumped the sorry looking things in this spot, thinking they might not make it to 2007. Well they're mighty healthy survivors!.


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RE: April 14th Various Garden Pics

LOL!! Told ya LOL!!

Here in my garden the Maltese Cross were pretty evergreen thru the winter. It had to be around 1st part of Feb when some of them started looking ratty. They all bloomed their 1st year (last year) and just can't imagine how lovely they should look this year!! What more, I really like the bright green foliage because I have soooooooo many silver-green or blue-green plants.

Vera


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