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These spiky plants come in pink, purple and white, and the flowers open from the top down. You can find them for cheap, cheap, cheap if you wait and buy bare bulbs in the spring.
These are so easy to grow that I stuffed some extras in the "cutting garden" at the side of the house, so I'd have some for bouquets without spoiling the display in the main garden.
spec's: 90 cm tall, full sun, drought tolerant.
Posted on August 29, 2008 in Plant calendar | Permalink
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