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How to grow a flower beard  Step #1 Take 100 of your favorite flower seeds.  Step #2 Water daily.  Step #3 Get 6-8 hours of sunlight.

How to grow a flower beard Step #1 Take 100 of your favorite flower seeds. Step #2 Water daily. Step #3 Get 6-8 hours of sunlight.

Flower beard <3

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Flower beard <3

PINK ASTILBE (goat's beard): 1) Perennial 2) Shade loving with consistent moist soil 3) Foliage 8 in. tall, 1 to 2 ft. wide. Flower spikes 10 to 15 in. tall 4) Blooms mid-summer 5) attracts butterflies, deer resistant

PINK ASTILBE (goat's beard): 1) Perennial 2) Shade loving with consistent moist soil 3) Foliage 8 in. tall, 1 to 2 ft. wide. Flower spikes 10 to 15 in. tall 4) Blooms mid-summer 5) attracts butterflies, deer resistant

Hypericum calycinum, 'Aaron's Beard', & Hypericum androsaemum are shade-tolerant native shrubs. To 3 ft. tall and wide, with stems arching toward the top. Clusters of 3/4-in., golden yellow flowers in summer. Blossoms are followed by inedible berrylike fruits that turn from red to purple to black as they age.Useful as tall ground cover at edge of woods, on shaded slopes, in a wild garden. Tolerant of poor soil conditions, like clay etc.

Hypericum calycinum, 'Aaron's Beard', & Hypericum androsaemum are shade-tolerant native shrubs. To 3 ft. tall and wide, with stems arching toward the top. Clusters of 3/4-in., golden yellow flowers in summer. Blossoms are followed by inedible berrylike fruits that turn from red to purple to black as they age.Useful as tall ground cover at edge of woods, on shaded slopes, in a wild garden. Tolerant of poor soil conditions, like clay etc.

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