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Some July WS pics

Posted by achilleasheel z6 MA (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 11, 08 at 13:58

Hollyhocks wintersown 2 years ago

Hollyhock Nigra doesnt exactly "pop" in the garden, but its very dramatic.

Viola x wittrockiana Historic Pansies

Poppies. Love those nodding heads.

Daisy and Flax (flax not wintersown)

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RE: Some July WS pics

  • Posted by caddie 6 Northern KY (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 11, 08 at 15:54

Your poppies are beautiful! I'm a newbie, and was quite successful, I think, for the first year, but was not able to grow poppies. All I can do is try again next winter. :) Do you know the name of yours? Thanks for your posting.


RE: Some July WS pics

I was unsuccessful with poppies also. Love your hollyhocks.

RE: Some July WS pics

Do your hollyhocks bloom the first year? I ws'd a few this year, they have lots of leaves, no flower stalks yet.

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