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July 05, 2012


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Hi Kathleen. You have some lovely Echinacea's. I have never saw the Aloha. I love it and hope you do not mind if I have to get one too now. LOL! I have Summer Sky and just love its colors. Now that lavender monarda is very pretty. Do you have problems with mildew on it? Some of mine do all but Raspberry Wine. Have a wonderful weekend.


I love the look of the newer echinacea hybrids. I usually stick with the near to species as is possible, but, am sorely tempted by these beauties. So glad to hear that you are getting both a weather break and a possible end to the fires. gail


Those Echinaceas are showstoppers! I'm glad you're getting a break from the heat and some rain! We will be getting cooler weather but no rain in the foreseeable future. Gorgeous photos, as always, Kathleen!

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Pretty pretty!! Love Sombrero Hot Coral!

Aaron Gardener

Wow! I've got no experience whatsoever growing artichokes. Tell me more :) Was it hard to grow?

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