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ChicagoBotanicGarden on Twitter: "What's in Bloom? Find buttercream #sunflowers in the Regenstein Fruit & Vegetable Garden. https://t.co/56v19hTagX https://t.co/mZS4EztoJy"

ChicagoBotanicGarden on Twitter: "What's in Bloom? Find buttercream #sunflowers in the Regenstein Fruit & Vegetable Garden. https://t.co/56v19hTagX https://t.co/mZS4EztoJy"

The Great Sunflower Project - teach kids about the importance of bees in pollinating food crops, and participate in The Great Sunflower Project to attract bees to your yard.  The kids keep track of how many bees visit their sunflowers, then send in the data to be compiled nationwide and track bee populations.

The Great Sunflower Project - teach kids about the importance of bees in pollinating food crops, and participate in The Great Sunflower Project to attract bees to your yard. The kids keep track of how many bees visit their sunflowers, then send in the data to be compiled nationwide and track bee populations.

Blanketflower is a heat- and drought-tolerant wildflower that provides long-lasting color in a sunny border with poor soil. Its daisylike, 3-inch wide, single or double flowers bloom through the summer and into the fall.Zones 3-8/

The Best Perennials for Cutting

Blanketflower is a heat- and drought-tolerant wildflower that provides long-lasting color in a sunny border with poor soil. Its daisylike, 3-inch wide, single or double flowers bloom through the summer and into the fall.Zones 3-8/

Sunflowers

Repost from @greencitymarket using @RepostRegramApp - 3 days!  Reason #3 to love GCM:  The Edible Gardens is our 5,000 square-foot urban agriculture project! The gardens are free and open to the public Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 9:30am-noon. Stop by and see what is growing!

Repost from @greencitymarket using @RepostRegramApp - 3 days! Reason #3 to love GCM: The Edible Gardens is our 5,000 square-foot urban agriculture project! The gardens are free and open to the public Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 9:30am-noon. Stop by and see what is growing!