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WS favorites

Posted by kywildcat2 z6 KY (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 27, 06 at 0:46

Some of my WS favorites:


Helenium 'Autumnale Mix'

'Blue Bedder' Salvia

'Fragrant Cloud' Nicotiana ... smells SO sweet!

'Bishop's Children' Dahlia

Dahlia mix

Dbl. Click Cosmos

'Malva Magic'



Unicorn Plant

Peony Poppy

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RE: WS favorites

love those dahlias, will you have any seeds from them for trade?


RE: WS favorites

WOW! all so pretty! the colors show up so good-
I have Bishop's Children too- I guess we have to take them up/inside in the winter in our zone? I would have never thought about growing dahlia from seed :))

I am glad to see the helenium- I have some and wondered if it was Gailardi Indian Blanket- I didn't think so, because it's blomming it's first year! I have the sundance bicolor you sent me- it has bloomed it's little head off all summer :))

thanks so much for posting,

RE: WS favorites

Hopefully, I'll have lots of seed from the Dahlias! I couldn't believe they actually bloomed the first year! The mix has so many different shapes, sizes and colors. I'm going to lift the tubers and try to overwinter them indoors. It may be too warm, but I have no basement or cellar and the garage is unheated. If I lose them, I can always start again from seed.

RE: WS favorites

Gorgeous all of them
My favorite would be the Torenia, that is really beautiful
I like the phlox too

RE: WS favorites

Nice! photos of all your flowers.I love!the color of the pink peony poppy.

RE: WS favorites

pretty, pretty, pretty - all of them.

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