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HAVE: knautia macedonia plants, Williamsville

Posted by hammerl z5-6 Amherst NY (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 13, 05 at 15:29

Anyone want any knautia before I start yanking? I've had it for years without trouble, but this year I have a few seedlings, I guess. It's a raspberry color, and all is by the walkway, a bad spot for it. I'm sure I'll be able to offer light pink next year, since what I'm sure I bought as scabiosa pincushion flower butterfly pink isn't... Contact me by email if interested. Pick-up only, I am not shipping, delivering, or potting for that matter. Contact me to set up a time. I've seen this as stating it's 1.5 to 2 feet, sometimes 3. Well, this is apparently extra tall Knautia, as the parent is topping off around 6' tall. No joke. It climbs its way out of the daylilies and keeps on going, no flopping. Pretty, but I don't need this many plants. It adores sun, but can get leggy. Can be cut for vases to accompany other cut flowers. I advise deadheading. Blooms all summer from mid-June onward. Still not sure why I didn't bring this to the WNY swap at Tara's.

If I don't hear from anyone by Thursday at 5, all the leftover plants are going into the yard waste for Friday morning.

Here is a link that might be useful: Picture of Knautia Macedonia

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RE: HAVE: knautia macedonia plants, Williamsville

I would love some! I sent you an email about it.



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