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Domehomedee wrote: I absolutely love the helianthus and the centaurea. I planted like 15 kinds of seeds in a 128 cell tray yesterday and also did a tray of 2 1/2 inch pots.
A lot of them are from Kathy but some I picked out of the seed robin.
My daughter finally got the new "Bird and Butterfly" garden area cleaned up and ready to plant. This is where I plan on putting all the new flowers and "weeds" for the native wildlife. I'll put the short ones nearest the greenhouse so that they don't shade it too badly. then the tallest will go either right at the top of the hill or maybe even down on the lower tier. I'll alternate the perennials and the annuals so in the off season it will still look good.