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abc woods
Great plant and excellent cut flowers. Yes, the bunnies love to eat the tender new growth in the spring but try spraying the new leaves with a rabbit repellant such as Liquid Fence. I did this and the bunnies stayed away and I finally have lots of beautiful blooms this year.
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Deb Welch
I love these plants. They grow very well in the midwest and flower later in the season when many other flowers are at the end of their bloom time. I have many clumps planted around my pond and they require little care.
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