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Dianthus Arctic Fire (Pinks, Carnations)

My favorite flower- close up portrait of Red & White Dianthus in #CARNATION family. RESEARCH #DdO:) MOST POPULAR RE-PINS  - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/flowers-beyond-expected - FLOWERS BEYOND EXPECTED. Enlarge to see lovely lace details of floral petals. Genus Dianthus has 300 species of flowering plants! Many colors & shapes, incl old fashioned PINKS like Grandmother's garden, great smell. Native to Europe & Asia, a few species as far as north Africa. Pinned via Lucille Otto.

My favorite flower -- close up portrait of Red and White Dianthus. DdO:) MOST…

Purple Coneflower/ I'm a gardener and never have I come across a Purple coneflower..this would be wonderful to find

Purple Coneflower - Extremely easy to grow, A hardy perennial in Sunset Zones Blooms through summer. Easy and carefree cone flower.

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Dianthus arenarius Dianthus arenarius Dianthus arenarius So floriferous, so sweetly scented and fascinatingly frilly! Bursting out in mid-.

Baptisa-Also called false indigo for the rich blue shade of its flowers, this hardy perennial fills the spring garden with elegant spires of pealike blooms. It withstands drought -- and deer, rabbits, and other critters leave it alone. The bluish-green foliage looks great all summer long, and the charcoal-black seedpods create fun contrast in

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Baptisa-Also called false indigo for the rich blue shade of its flowers, this hardy perennial fills the spring garden with elegant spires of pealike blooms. It withstands drought -- and deer, rabbits, and other critters leave it alone.

Purple cone flowers - blooms like these are in my garden and I love the bright spot they provide at end of summer.

Purple Cone Flowers: Coneflower is an old favorite perennial that tolerates neglect. They will grow anywhere in full sun, even in poor soil.

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California Poppy - Eschscholzia californica 'Aurantiaca Orange' - beautiful orange and gold silky flowers in profusion.

Miss Indigo Primrose, perfect for the front of a shade garden. Grows only 6″ tall, with evergreen foliage. @ its-a-green-life

Miss Indigo Primrose, perfect for the front of a shade garden. Grows only tall, with evergreen foliage. @ its-a-green-life

'Apple' blossoms in the garden, at Rose cottages and gardens

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Bachelor Polka Dot Mix- Annual.  A delightful edible cut flower and bedding plant. A diverse mix with many shades of blue, pink, white, and lavender. Tolerates drought conditions. Best sown outdoors in early spring. http://www.highmowingseeds.com/organic-non-gmo-seeds-polka-dot-bachelor-button.html

I don't know why I do not have Bachelor Buttons in my garden. My Great Grandmother always had a large patch that came up year after year!

Perennial Hibiscus

Low-Maintenance Perennials for the Midwest

Perennial Hibiscus Offering flowers all summer long in shades of red, pink, and white, individual blooms can be as much as 12 inches across and keep on coming all the way through fall. Plant Name: Hibiscus moscheutos Zones: .

English Daisies should be grown where they will receive full sun in cool regions and light shade in the warmer zones. Water regularly and thoroughly.Feed monthly during the growing season using any good, all-purpose fertilizer.Removing faded flowers regularly.In mild winter areas, sow seeds in the garden in late summer.In colder regions,  sow seeds in early spring. Seeds can also be sown indoors.Maintain a temperature of 70° within the growing medium until germination,which takes 10-15 days.

A perennial English Daisy "habanera mix"(Bellis) with rayed double blooms of red-tipped white

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