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Flower Ideas: Show Me…Something White

Asiatic Lily ‘Eyeliner’ is a bulb with pure-white flowers that have festive maroon freckles at their center. The petals are outlined with a slight maroon line—thus the name. Plant Asiatic lily bulbs 6 or 7 inches deep and 6 inches … Continue reading

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Flower Ideas: Show Me…Something White

Bumblebees love Snapdragon ‘Sonnet White’. This annual grows 24 inches tall in full sun or part-shade. If you keep it deadheaded ‘Sonnet White’ will bloom throughout the summer: Astilbe ‘Rock and Roll’ loves moist soil in shade or partial-shade. This … Continue reading

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Flower Ideas: Show Me…Something White

Phlox ‘David’ is a perennial that begins blooming in mid-summer. ‘David’ was the 2002 Perennial Plant of the Year and grows 36-40 inches tall with pure-white flowers. ‘David’ makes a great cottage garden plant: Tulip ‘Mondial’ appears in the spring … Continue reading

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Flower Ideas: Show Me…Something White

‘Royal Frosting’ is a fragrant daylily with diamond-dusted petals. It grows 3 feet tall with near-white, 6-inch blooms: ‘White Wedding’ is a zinnia (annual) that grows 12-16 inches tall and blooms all summer if deadheaded: Echinacea ‘White Swan’ is a … Continue reading

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