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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Snow On The Mountain

In the side garden near the Maximilian's Sunflower and a chrysanthemum is one single snow on the mountain plant.  A friend gave me seeds this past spring.  She said it is native and will self seed.  I hope so.  Next year, I'd really like to have more than one.






7 comments:

  1. Well, I hope it self-seeds for you, too!

    What is the plant in the bottom photo

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  2. All the photos are of the same plant just closer and closer.

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  3. I trust you saw the snow in the mountain in my gardening post the other day. .they are everywhere around the pond. .back far enough that I doubt they are getting any extra water. They are absolutely gorgeous!! I'll be anxious to hear how it does in your garden!

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  4. This is a beautiful plant. I hope it does self-seed so you have many more next year.

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  5. What a delightful looking plant!

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  6. I have heard of this plant, but never realized just how pretty it is. Love your pictures and I hope it does self sow! Have a great weekend. Mrs. M. Lane

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  7. I hope you success. I have heard of the plant but have never seen one. If you have too many seed throw some my way. I still have bare spots. I have not been on the computer for a while. Always like to stay tuned in to your blog. your blog.

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