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#126255 Sep 8th, 2007 at 03:19 PM
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can't remember the other one, ummmm, tip of my tongue....ummm. tapfoot

Anyway...will definately do these from seed again next year.
not the best picture of the lisianthus..they are almost done blooming.
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This is by somebody's house I always go by to see what they have planted - it's a biiiiig area - anyone know what it is beside the cosmos? The yellow.

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The 2nd one looks like a type of celosia and the third is all cosmos, just different colors. The yellow one is Cosmos sulphureus.


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ND farm girl #126733 Sep 9th, 2007 at 03:57 PM
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What's in front of the cosmos looks like it could be calendula. It is very pretty!


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I don't know what the flowers in the 3rd pic are but I just had to tell you that your flowers are gorgeous!! Do you know if they would survive here in Canada?

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The yellow one is Cosmos sulphureus, a reseeding annual.


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alankhart #126995 Sep 10th, 2007 at 08:56 AM
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yep alans right on the yellow cosmos, i grow tons of em in my yard


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sibyl #127007 Sep 10th, 2007 at 09:58 AM
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Canada - no, they aren't perennials, just annuals. But I started them from seed, so it was cheap. I will definitely be doing a lot more, they were easy to grow - the lisianthus take a long time to grow though, I will start earlier, but they keep blooming, almost look lik roses!


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Is that the same as these?
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