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  1. Jun 02, 2021 · Propagating May Night Salvia . May night salvia stem-cuttings can be grown in either water, soil, or moist compost. To do so, use a sharp, clean gardening shear to cut 2- to 8-inch cuttings. Place the stem in clean water or clean, moist soil. It's time to replant when roots are 3/4-inches long.

  2. May 13, 2020 · One of the longest bloomers if deadheaded, coreopsis adds yellow, pink or bicolor flowers to the garden. Top choices include coreopsis grandiflora (pictured) and the thread-leaf 'Moonbeam' that will bloom for months if sheared back after flowers fade. Not a favorite of deer. Zones 3-9.

  3. Grows up to 3-6 ft. high (90-180 cm), consisting of a 2-3 ft. (60-90 cm) narrow clump of deep green, lustrous, elegantly arched, narrow leaves topped from early summer to fall with 3 ft. (90 cm) pinkish-purple, loose feathery plumes. As the seed heads mature, they become very narrow with a golden tan color that lasts through fall.

  4. Dec 08, 2021 · Beyond their inviting texture, the flowers of Godetia have a pleasing appearance. They are scoop-shaped, with four petals, and measure two to three inches across. Each petal sometimes bears a blotch at its base, as with Oriental poppy (Papaver orientale). The leaves are sword-shaped and up to two and a half inches long.

  5. Each tried and true variety has impressive 6-8” wide flowers, perfect for summer arrangements and wedding bouquets. Peonies are long-lived plants that hold their foliage beautifully after their bloom season has passed. (Paeonia lactiflora)

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