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May 11, 2011

Wildflower perinneal garden in a package

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If you want to try a wildflower perinneal garden, this package is just the thing. It contains echinachea, black eyed Susan, California poppy, Shasta Daisy and Foxglove, fiifteen species in all. These flowers grow two to three feet tall on average and provide a variety of color all the growing season.

If you have a garden bed of perinneals that has some bare space in it, I would just throw these seeds out and cover them with some compost or soil. If you have a whole bed to plant, and can dig up the ground and add some compost so much the better. I'd plant these seeds thickly and not worry about crowding. You want this garden to look overgrown, random and lush.

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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at May 11, 2011 2:24 PM
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