Posts by Molly Heather

Growing Perennial Geraniums

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I’m in love with perennial geraniums. And as with all love affairs, I just can’t get enough of my beloved. Yeah, I know – none of you are falling for that line, and you’re just waiting for me to get to the punch line and tell you about the wonderful…

Growing Yarrow Plant

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Yarrow is one of the easiest plants to grow in the full sun garden. It is an excellent plant for that hot, dry, sunny spot where few other plants will thrive. Here’s what you need to know to grow this plant. Full sunshine. It gets floppy if you try to…

Planting Black Eyed Susan Seeds (Indian Summer)

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Black-eyed Susan plants are a traditional backbone plant for a perennial garden in the mid to late summer. I’ve been growing them for a long time and can confidently say that I’ve never met one I didn’t want to keep in my garden. Keep reading to learn about planting black…

Easy to grow Shasta Daisy Seeds | Here is How

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How to grow shasta daisies? https://organicgardeningeek.com
The mid-summer blooms of Shasta Daisies make them a backbone plant for the perennial garden. The pure white blooms with golden button centers are excellent for cutting and are a sign of purity. They are a favorite among beginning flower gardeners since they are easy to cultivate and look great…

How to Grow Bachelor Buttons (Mountain Bluet)

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How to grow Centaurea https://organicgardeningeek.com
Mountain bluet is just one name used for Bachelor Buttons and the Centaure family of plants. Here’s how to grow Bachelor Buttons/Mountain Bluet. Propagation Centaurea is a plant of the composite family (Asteraceae) or a member of the daisy family. With over 470 members of Centaurea to choose from, there is one for…

The Best Guide to Growing Scarlet Beebalm (Monarda didyma L.)

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Monarda didyma is a plant aka beebalm, bergamot, or sometimes Oswego tea. Here is the best guide for growing Scarlet Beebalm in your garden… Guide to Growing Scarlet Beebalm Monarda didyma, (Common Name(s): Beebalm, Bee Balm, Bee-balm, Bergamont, Bergamot, Crimson Bee-balm, Horsemint, Oswego Tea, Scarlet Bee Balm) is a plant…

Alcea Hollyhock Growing Guide And Varieties

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Alcea Hollyhock Growing Guide https://organicgardeningeek.com
I really like hollyhocks, and this past week, I was out in the old herb garden this week wandering around, trying to decide what to do with the fence around this part of the garden (it needs rebuilding). I was struck by all the old stems that were still sticking…

Purple Coneflower: Growing Conditions and Use

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Purple Coneflower, AKA Echinacea purpurea, is one of the most delicate perennial flowers for late summer and early autumn. It belongs to the Compositae family, which is simply a botanist’s way of saying “daisy family,” and anybody who has ever looked at one could have told them that. The Name…

Poisonous Aconitum: Growing Monkshood Plant From Seeds

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Growing monkshood plant from the seed https://organicgardeningeek.com
Wolfbane or Monkshood is more properly known as (Aconitum Gapellus) and is a delightful and easily grown replacement for the tall spikes of delphinium. If you’ve ever seen this plant, you’ll know that the individual flowers resemble a monk’s hood, so this name is appropriate. Here is the best guide…

Ornamental Onions: 5 Alliums You Can Grow in Your Garden

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When is an onion not an onion? When they are ornamental onions or allium, of course. Now, before you turn up your nose at the thought of growing ornamental onions, understand that these are some of the most dramatic and striking bulbous plant flowers. They range in size from small…
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