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Susan Lawson
Daisies are lovely but whenever I've planted them the thrips move in and turn the flowers brown. Love white flowering plants, but the thrips get them every time.
   
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caroline adams
Thanks everyone for the input! I have alot of deer and grass. Yes they love my daylilies like candy. But leave my ornamental grasses and mint alone. Both are low mantaince and spread. And I too would like to put something else in the yard so keep the ideas coming!!
   
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linda25714
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