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Garden Phlox Nicky

Garden Phlox Nicky

Garden Phlox Junior Dance

Garden Phlox Junior Dance

Lilac Pocohantas--another great purple!!

Lilac Pocohantas--another great purple!!

Lilac Ludwig Spaeth

Lilac Ludwig Spaeth

Frosted zinnias.

Frosted zinnias.

You cannot go wrong with any of the Siloam series of dayllies. Here is Siloam Paul Watts, a later blooming red that puts out a wonderful display into October here. Not a large flower but lots of flowers.

You cannot go wrong with any of the Siloam series of dayllies. Here is Siloam Paul Watts, a later blooming red that puts out a wonderful display into October here. Not a large flower but lots of flowers.

Echinacea  Wild Berry. As with other newer coneflower varieties, try to plant with the crown above garden level so they remain dry during wet times, spring thaw, etc.

Echinacea Wild Berry. As with other newer coneflower varieties, try to plant with the crown above garden level so they remain dry during wet times, spring thaw, etc.

A growing interest in primroses again. These are Japanese primroses--the candelabra type with 4-5 tiers of flowers.  Their height offers interest. They reseed well.

A growing interest in primroses again. These are Japanese primroses--the candelabra type with 4-5 tiers of flowers. Their height offers interest. They reseed well.

Bottom middle is Lakeside Kaleidioscope. Spring is the only time you see this plant look good. Many gardeners have removed it from their garden but I leave it here as my display is a teaching garden too where the good grows with the not so good and the down right terrible.

Bottom middle is Lakeside Kaleidioscope. Spring is the only time you see this plant look good. Many gardeners have removed it from their garden but I leave it here as my display is a teaching garden too where the good grows with the not so good and the down right terrible.

European ginger. Great shade plant. Slow to spread here. Does seed itself through your gardens.

European ginger. Great shade plant. Slow to spread here. Does seed itself through your gardens.

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