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WS Pics

Posted by dem_pa 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 26, 07 at 6:13

Cosmos Picotee. Winter sown three years ago. Reseeds every year. Birds love the seeds.

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Norway Spruce. I was emptying my last WS containers when I found these little guys.

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Portulaca (Moss Rose)

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Blackberry Lily. WS great. Muliplies and butterflies love it.

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False Sunflower.

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RE: WS Pics

Those are gorgous photos, dem_pa
The flowers are beautiful, so is your visitor. Is that why peole rave about Blackberry Lily? It never appeals to me, but if it is a host to swallowtails, I'll sow them this winter.

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RE: WS Pics

Love the blackberry lilly, it's awesome! Is that a bulb plant?

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