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melanie473
Mine got eaten in the Hudson Valley. I suspect the groundhog or bunnies. They were so far from the porch I dropped a chicken wire tent over what was left of them and that actually seemed to work, so I'm guessing it wasn't deer.
   
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J.L. Ford
Zone 7 from seeds given to me by a friend. I love this plant and hope it comes back. The color is just gorgeous!
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mjkjrobinson

Wow what a gorgeous flower. I really would like to grow some. Love the colour.

   

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