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Madeline Double Mountain Laurel - Kalmia - Very Hardy - Potted by Hirts: Mountain Laurel. $7.99. The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 4" pot.. Very hardy, zones 5-9. The only double flowered Mountain Laurel. Prefers shade or part-shade. 4' tall, space 4' apart. The Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia), also known as Spoonwood, is a beautiful evergreen shrub that flowers every spring. The unique star shaped flowers form in a tight cluster and bloom from early June t...

Madeline Double Mountain Laurel - Kalmia - Very Hardy - Potted by Hirts: Mountain Laurel. $7.99. The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 4" pot.. Very hardy, zones 5-9. The only double flowered Mountain Laurel. Prefers shade or part-shade. 4' tall, space 4' apart. The Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia), also known as Spoonwood, is a beautiful evergreen shrub that flowers every spring. The unique star shaped flowers form in a tight cluster and bloom from early June t...

Other Worldly Forest of Daisies by Mary Sedivy. Relax and take the time to experience the flowers from another perspective, and you'll never look at simple garden daisies the same way again. What if this photo was taken on planet Zelda 996 and they're actually thirty feet tall? We can thank an earthly ant cam for this shot!

Other Worldly Forest of Daisies by Mary Sedivy. Relax and take the time to experience the flowers from another perspective, and you'll never look at simple garden daisies the same way again. What if this photo was taken on planet Zelda 996 and they're actually thirty feet tall? We can thank an earthly ant cam for this shot!

Flowing Movement of Yucca Flowers in the Desert by Mary Sedivy. How can a plant take this sort of abuse with no rain and no watering for months on end, and then reward us with such a dramatic display of its power during the heat of the summer? Only the magnificent yucca plant blooms with such vigor and intensity and puts out a surreal gift for mere humans to enjoy.

Flowing Movement of Yucca Flowers in the Desert by Mary Sedivy. How can a plant take this sort of abuse with no rain and no watering for months on end, and then reward us with such a dramatic display of its power during the heat of the summer? Only the magnificent yucca plant blooms with such vigor and intensity and puts out a surreal gift for mere humans to enjoy.

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