Wednesday, June 27, 2007


These little flowers were started from seed this spring: they are hardy annual impatiens.

This is Rugose Hollyhock started from seed last spring. It has an unusual leave shape compared to the common hollyhock.
Gooseneck loosestrife is full of its white attractive blooms. This plant really spreads.

Cosmos Sulfereous- kenikura are my favorite kind of cosmos. They are so bright and bloom like crazy once they get started and so easy to grow.

1 comment:

L said...

Dear Steph,

I am a volunteer working on this year's Friends' School Plant Sale in St. Paul, MN. This sale has grown to be the largest annual plant sale in Minnesota; it raises a good deal of scholarship money for the school and has for over 20 years. We have a wonderful print catalog each year, but it can only accommodate photos of a small percentage of the plants we offer. Our goal is to have a picture of each plant offered on the website. I am a volunteer tasked with finding the pictures for new plants and I am have a difficult time finding good photos of Kenikura cosmos. You have a beautiful picture on your blog.

Might we use it? Proper attribution would be given.

If we find a few others that we need, might we use them as well?

If you would like to know more about our plant sale, here is our website: or you can ask me!

Please contact me if you have any questions,

Laurie Krivitz

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