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Plant Recipe #22: The Mighty Coneflower in All It’s Glory

CONEFLOWERS ARE THE JOLLY JOKERS OF THE GARDEN: WELL ANYWAY I THINK SO… These Coneflowers / Echinacea are so Jolly with their little petals pointing downward while their pin cushion faces look up towards the sun. They just make my happy looking at them. In this garden I paired them with some Sunny Border Blue.

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Lime Rickey Heuchera and Blue Speedwell Tulsa Plant Recipe #20

Lime Rickey Heuchera will hold its leaves through the winter, so when the electric blue speedwell flowers the colors create a rare display for so early in the season. They love a little sun preferably from the east till 11 in the morning. As the new foliage begins to mound on top of the heuchera…

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Tulsa Plant Recipe: Itoh Peony and Columbine

This combination is lovely using any of the Itoh peonies and columbine. The early cool spring temperatures assist in this marvel of this plant recipe. Light pink double dandy Itoh peony, one of my favorites is great in full or partial sun. Partial morning sun is great for the columbine in Tulsa, whereas the too…

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What’s Blooming in Tulsa? Plant Recipe: Lavender and Hydrangeas

Lavender and Hydrangeas! Yes they can bloom together! Hydrangeas with proper watering will take the same amount of sun necessary for the Lavender to bloom. I use Morning sun till about 2, then protection is needed from the blazing afternoon sun. The Lavender thrives right next to the Hydrangea. Good drainage is important to both…

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