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Knautia ‘Thunder and Lightning’
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attracts butterflies; good cut flower Seasonal interest: Spring through fall
attracts butterflies; good cut flower Seasonal interest: Spring through fall When to plant: Spring or fall
butterflies; good cut flower Seasonal interest: Spring through fall When to plant: Spring or fall
tolerances: Deer resistant; drought tolerant; attracts butterflies; good cut flowerSeasonal interest: Spring through fallWhen to plant: Spring or fall
tolerances: Deer resistant; drought tolerant; attracts butterflies; good cut flowerSeasonal interest: Spring through fallWhen to plant: Spring or fall
“Botanical name: Knautia macedonica 'Thunder and Lightning' Common name: Field scabious USDA zones: 4” — amygoodheart
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Great Plant Combinations
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and wide Benefits and tolerances: Attracts hummingbirds; makes a great cut flower; drought tolerant Seasonal interest: Summer to fall When to plant: Spring
and wideBenefits and tolerances: Attracts hummingbirds; makes a great cut flower; drought tolerantSeasonal interest: Summer to fallWhen to plant: Spri
and wideBenefits and tolerances: Attracts hummingbirds; makes a great cut flower; drought tolerantSeasonal interest: Summer to fallWhen to plant: Spri
unforgettable sight in any summer garden. Arching stems of brilliant red flowers seem to explode from the swordlike foliage in summer, while hummingbirds
scheme, there are several other kinds of Crocosmia to choose from with flowers and foliage in varying shades.Origin: The species is native to South Africa
“Cracosmia Lucifer” — dgricus
Buckets of Burlap
Vintage Cupboard
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and can be used for flowers or, in a pinch, serving stuff during parties.
reminds me to put cut flowers in the pitchers arranged
fresh flowers and organize by color, shape or material.
I want a cut flower space in laundry room
4. Set up a cut-flower station that’s just
addition of fresh flowers. Try this on open shelving in the kitchen or tucked among the stacks on bookshelves in the den.
treasures to display. Tie them together by colour or kind, and add freshly cut flowers from the garden every few days. If nothing’s in bloom, try a rustic a
style points, keep at least one of the vases on display filled with fresh flowers and organize by color, shape or material.
4. Set up a cut-flower station...4. Set up a cut-flower station that’s
“old barn boards” — bcarita
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Great Plant Combinations
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and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower; drought tolerant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Summer to fall
love flowers - especially autumn colours
feet tall and wide but spreads Benefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower; drought tolerant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Summer to fall When
rought tolerant, deer resistant, long blooming and a great cut flower — these are just some of the many reasons to include this old-fashioned
central cone.Drought tolerant, deer resistant, long blooming and a great cut flower — these are just some of the many reasons to include this old-fashioned
together that they can provide support without crowding one another. Cut the flowers for arrangements throughout the growing season to encourage continued
“anti deer” — nurseless1
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2014 flowers and foliage
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name, these 6- to 8-foot-tall flowering stems need to be tied to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming.
interest: Summer When to plant: Spring Distinguishing traits: Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need staking
2. Cut back spring-flowering perennialsMany such as Aquilegia, daisies and Delphinium (above) may reward you after flowering with
name, these 6- to 8-foot-tall flowering stems need to be tied to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming.
interest: SummerWhen to plant: SpringDistinguishing traits: Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need stakingPlanting
“Dwarf stars New Millenium Delphinium” — fharrison43
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes October
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garden, where you can use their 6- to 8-foot height to advantages. The cut flowers make a strong statement in floral arrangements. Caution: All parts of
away from children and pets, use gloves when handling the plants and cut flowers, and don’t plant it near edibles, especially root edibles. Common names:
garden, where you can use their 6- to 8-foot height to advantages. The cut flowers make a strong statement in floral arrangements.Caution: All parts of this
away from children and pets, use gloves when handling the plants and cut flowers, and don’t plant it near edibles, especially root edibles. Common names:
Striking MonkshoodMonkhood’s flowers are so striking that this plant is worth considering for a fall garden.
“landscape plants zone 3” — kathyb50
The New York Botanical Garden
Hybrid Tea rose
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caution when cutting to bring these beauties indoors.
when cutting to bring these beauties indoors.
Gardening Rose "Traviata" best cut flower
4. Best cut flower. 'Traviata' is a hybrid tea rose with deeply cupped blooms
4. Best cut flower. 'Traviata' is a hybrid tea rose with deeply cupped blooms that grow in clusters, making it a lovely option for cutting and displaying
fair number of thorns, though, so use caution when cutting to bring these beauties indoors. More cut flower suggestions are 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles' and
“color” — zoeyteach
Butterfly blue pincushion
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Mature size: 1 foot tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower; attracts butterflies Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring
Mature size: 1 foot tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower; attracts butterflies Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring
Mature size: 1 foot tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower; attracts butterflies Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring
sunMature size: 1 foot tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower; attracts butterfliesSeasonal interest: SummerWhen to plant: SpringPlanting
Pincushion Flower(Scabiosa spp)A nearly indefatigable bloomer, this easy-growing perennial produces lavender-blue, deep blue, white or pink flowers from early
Can this flower grow in minnesota
“Color” — pshapiro23
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