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September 11, 2012


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Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Great additions to your garden! Love them both.


A shorter echinacea would be a great garden asset.You have done a great job of capturing the glowing beauty of the flower's center. This rudbeckia is also pretty. I have two different varieties already and this might be a nice third.


Echinaceas are one of the diehards that will be welcome in my garden at any time. But I've found the "fancy" ones to be less than hardy, and will be sticking with the traditional from now on. I hope yours returns for you over and over again!


Let's hope the trend doesn't continue but was just a fluke. But if it does, at least you have some stellar plants to keep the garden looking glamorous.


I've tried a few of the newer echinaceas but can't seem to get them to take hold so all we have are purple and white. Yours are lovely. It has been one long hot summer hasn't it?

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