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RE: "hour of flowers"

Interesting thought Judy... sorry no help, but would be interested in
hearing what you find out.


> Just saw this in the AARP magazine. Linnaeus devised a floral clock,
> plants that reliably boom at a specific time of day, planted in the
> corresponding area of the clock face. For example, sandwort blooms at
> pm.
> Has anyone heard of this? Know where I could find a list of plants
> bloom
> at specific times? Seems like this would be a neat thing to do with
> grandkids.
> Not much specific info in the magazine, just one of those filler
> Thanks,
> Judy B
>  warmish and rainy here in zone 6 Idaho, 42 F 10:50 am

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