Blooms

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  1. Sjoerd

    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Some bloomers are going over and new ones coming in their place. Here are a few:
    Teasel:
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    Stokesia and Knautsia:
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    Teasel with beezel:
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    Sectional overview:
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    The Wisteria is blooming for the second time:
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    Phlox and Cosmea:
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    A different Cosmea:
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  3. Daniel W

    Daniel W Young Pine

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    Those are beautiful, Sjoerd

    :smt043Teasel with beezel :smt043

    I wish that beezel would sting the weasel that ate one of my chickens LOL.

    What's that red flower?
     
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    Pacnorwest Hardy Maple

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    Lovely flowers .. enjoy the tour.. more…. :smt041 More…:smt026
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Daniel— That is a Knautia macedonica. You mean the second down from the top, right?
    Thanks so much for your compliments. Sorry that your chooks are on the weasel’s menu.

    Cheers Pac. I am glad that I have the time to actually look at some of my flowers.
     
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  6. Palustris

    Palustris Young Pine

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    Tried Stokesia a few times and it has never survived here. In our last place, Knautia was an absolute seed thug, but here again it does not grow. Different gardens different plants.
     
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    Palu— I also notice that the Knautia seeds out very easily, but over here it is not out of line.
     
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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    We saw a couple on a roundabout here today. Very unusual as they are normally seen in the fields.
     
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