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Lewisia cotyledon

Tickle me pink

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Cider Gum Eucalyptus - striking! I want about a dozen of these to line my road to my house!

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wood art piece with crystal for garden

Barbara's Craft Room: Saturday Sortings.

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How To Grow Sweet Peas

How To Grow Sweet Peas - Floret Flowers

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LUSCIOUS LUPINES

I've got a thing for Lupines. To me they feel like they are straight out of a science fiction movie - so different from most other blooms.

LUSCIOUS LUPINES

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Thanks Ambassador Abby! You stay Abby! She's green garden knome... dun dun dun!

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Tom Johnson Type: Tall Bearded (TB) Style: Bitone Height: 35" Color: Blue Originator: Black, Paul Year: 1996 Bloom Season: Early Fragrant: No Rebloom: No Awards: HM '98, AM '00, Wister '03

Tom Johnson | Tall Bearded

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Allium bloom

NIGEL BURKITT PHOTOGRAPHY: Plants / Flowers 2

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Lupines are herbaceous perennials whose large, pea-like flowers come in amazing colors and combinations. Grown in full to part sun, they do not tolerate heat or humidity well. Getting 2-3' tall, they bloom in early to midsummer. Deer resistant, easy to grow, they are used in beds, borders, containers, and slopes. Zones 4-8

Lupine: Photo by Photographer Gail O'Keefe

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