Butterfly Weed

Butterfly Weed

Our butterfly weeds were started in pots by seeding during the 2017 spring. After an unsuccessful year with no flowers and weak growth, the plants were transplanted to the ground during the fall. This year, the butterfly weeds are growing tall, they look healthy, and are producing lots of flower bulbs. Either it takes two years for a butterfly seeding to produce flowers, or our […]

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Tiny Ghost Lily

Tiny Ghost Lily

Our Tiny Ghost Lily has been with us for about three years. It always produces lots of red/burgundy flowers and it is propagating nicely. The area where our plant is growing is getting a little crowded because more new lilies are growing, and one of the recommendations is to divide them. Lilies need to be divided and transplanted. In our case it looks like this […]

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Purple Echinacea Coneflower

Purple Echinacea Coneflower

Echinacea, also known as coneflower is a beautiful and easy to grow flowering perennial. Once established it can propagate easily. Starting from seed has been a little difficult for us. The purple flowers attract a large number of bees, and that is the primary reason to have it in our garden. Other than attracting bees, echinacea possesses a long list of medicinal properties. Most parts […]

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Triteleia Laxa Corrina

Triteleia Laxa Corrina

Triteleia Laxa Corrina┬áis a low growing grass type of plant with blue flowers. The blue color is quite intense. It was grown in a container in 2016, and transplanted to one of the main gardens later that same year. It did not produce flowers the first year, but on 2017 and 2018 the plant produced a great number of flowers. It is a perennial, and […]

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Lollipop Lily

Lollipop Lily

Lollipop Lily is a small lily flower plant. Flower color is white in the center and pink on the outside border. Latest estimated blooming month, June. We have other lily varieties growing up in our garden.

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Triteleia Hyacinthina

Triteleia Hyacinthina

Triteleia hyacinthina, also known as white brodiaea. Flower color, white. Latest estimated blooming month, June. We have additional triteleia varieties growing up in our garden.

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