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Annuals: Trying something different

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Calgary, AB
(Zone 3a)

January 30, 2010
6:24 PM

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I love trying something different each year and sometimes you get a winner. I had never heard of this plant before and just love it with an Orange rose.

Heliophia H. longgifolia or coronopifolia

It has very fine foliage and pretty blue flowers. Super easy from seed, even wintersowing. Sorta looks like a baby's breath, but blue

Anyone else have an oddball plant that you would like to share?

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