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Digitallis

Digitallis

Climbing Alstroemeria (Bomarea caldasii)

Climbing Alstroemeria (Bomarea caldasii)

Alcea rosea Henry Eight Pink  This new variety sports tall, 72 inch stems that are covered in large, 6 inch, saucer-shaped blooms. Weather resistant and multi-stemmed, this hollyhock delivers and adds loads of color and interest to the garden. Hardy to zone 4. Pkt. 25

Alcea rosea Henry Eight Pink This new variety sports tall, 72 inch stems that are covered in large, 6 inch, saucer-shaped blooms. Weather resistant and multi-stemmed, this hollyhock delivers and adds loads of color and interest to the garden. Hardy to zone 4. Pkt. 25

Begonia Scentiment® Sunrise - White Flower Farm  Common Name: Tuberous Begonia  Hardiness Zone: 1-11 S / 1-11 W  Height: 10"+  Fragrance: Yes  Exposure: Full or Part Shade  Blooms In: June-Oct  Spacing: 18"  Ships as: Bulb

Begonia Scentiment® Sunrise

Begonia Scentiment® Sunrise - White Flower Farm Common Name: Tuberous Begonia Hardiness Zone: 1-11 S / 1-11 W Height: 10"+ Fragrance: Yes Exposure: Full or Part Shade Blooms In: June-Oct Spacing: 18" Ships as: Bulb

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Pretty

Loves dry shade.....near the redwoods/ fence line?

Loves dry shade.....near the redwoods/ fence line?

Kalla | Aika Pihalla

Kalla | Aika Pihalla

Amaryllis Flamenco Queen | Amaryllis Bulbs for Sale | COLORBLENDS

Amaryllis Flamenco Queen | Amaryllis Bulbs for Sale | COLORBLENDS

self-sowing  - Foxgloves (Digitalis var.) - easy to manage & grow a season ahead of time. After they finish flowering, let the seeds grow on those lanky stalks, & spread them to grow new plants - what pops up throughout the summer (to be moved around later in fall) are from last year's seeds & those plants that grow this year will bloom next year (they're bi-ennials). Pick off seed stems when ready, & shake the stalks around to move foxglove through a garden.

5 Favorite Self Seeding Plants

self-sowing - Foxgloves (Digitalis var.) - easy to manage & grow a season ahead of time. After they finish flowering, let the seeds grow on those lanky stalks, & spread them to grow new plants - what pops up throughout the summer (to be moved around later in fall) are from last year's seeds & those plants that grow this year will bloom next year (they're bi-ennials). Pick off seed stems when ready, & shake the stalks around to move foxglove through a garden.

Cobaea scandens  Cup and Saucer Vine

Cobaea scandens Cup and Saucer Vine

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