Always something new in the garden. Here were
two different seedlings blooming shoulder to shoulder in what should have been
the space where only one had been planted. More than just that, they
appeared to be blooming on increase from the same rhizome. And, sure
enough, when I scraped the dirt away, they were doing just that. I'm
attaching the photo I took of the two of them, setting it down as a
mystery. Then, I did something else, and the mystery was solved.
What did I do? -- Griff
Zone 7 along the tidal Potomac near Mount Vernon,
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