Friday, November 30, 2012

What's Blooming In Autumn































It's been a banner year for gallardias in my garden.  This variety is called "Goblin".  They've been blooming nonstop since last winter and grew taller and bushier than ever before.  They make a great cut flower and even the seed pods can be attractive in assorted bouquets.  They're easily grown and not a favorite of snails or slugs, although caterpillars and grasshoppers seem to like them.

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