Friday, July 19, 2019

Ech with Drumsticks

A few photos from the last few months.
Echinacea pallida
Allium christophii
Drumstick Allium
Echinacea pallida with Asclepias tuberosa
Parting shot 

9 comments:

  1. I have an almost identical picture of the allium. I didn't realize the "seedpods" turned purple and are almost as ornamental as the flowers (if not QUITE as big).

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    1. True. Good to "hear from you". Alliums are turning into some of my favorites.

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  2. Your posts are a little like winning the lottery; they don't happen often, but when they do, it's a great thing ;) Thanks for sharing your garden. It's always appreciated. Oh, and, "Go Pokes!" If I'm not mistaken, we're both alums of OSU :)

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    1. its only taken me a month to respond. he he. Yes Go Pokes, and thanks for commenting.

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  4. I can't wait until the Echinaceas are blooming again. They're definitely beautiful workhorses in the garden. By the way, we'd love to have you join us at the Garden Bloggers Fling. This year, we'll be in the Midwest--in Madison, Wisconsin--in June. You can find out more by visiting my blog, or google "garden bloggers fling." (I didn't want to insert a link because it might go to spam.) Invite your garden blogging friends, too!

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