Trad. Pink Chablis is lovely!
I snapped this a few minutes ago. We
had heavy rain last night so everything looks weatherbeaten. It is
trad. Zwanenburg Blue with the last of this year's Stellar Lights flowers.
I like the way these plants look together, even though this photo isn't the best
example. :( I find them both hard to photograph even under good
wet zone 6 near Philly
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Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2007 4:16 PM
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] CULT: blue
spiderwort in the iris bed
That must one of the wild spiderworts since it is not any of the
cultivated varieties I have.
They are much less invasive and do just fine in a mixed garden (avoid
Concord Grape though).
If you still want some, you can cut down a plastic milk carton to about a
3" tall ring and plant it around a bunch of it. Keeps it from spreading
-Beth Zone 4A
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know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each
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