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Wildflower Cutting Garden Started, suggestions?

Posted by gardenlover z5/6 OH (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 4, 05 at 16:53

I am just beginning my wildflower cutting garden. I enjoy the natural wildflower/herb look. All I have so far are: Shasta Daisy 'Becky', Echinacea 'Magnus', Rudbeckia Fulgida 'Goldsturm' and Russian Sage.

What other perennials do you recommend for a 'natural', 'wild' look with long-lasting vase life?

Someone mentioned Liatris to me, I haven't been able to locate that yet.


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RE: Wildflower Cutting Garden Started, suggestions?

My suggestion is to read all the threads on pages 1-10 on this forum. There are many, many great flower growing ideas. Some of us are growers in the throws of our busy season. There is also another great forum where they do discuss wildflowers to a greater extent than on the Cutting Garden. Your question won't be ignored for sure; but, it does sound much like this same post:

Here is a link that might be useful: Wildflower Ideas


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