Kay Grappone
Kay Grappone
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  • Chesterfield, VA

My Garden

These are my coneflowers out back. They are so easy to grow - they multiply like crazy and are very hardy in the heat of summer.
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  • Julie Evans
    on Jul 9, 2013


  • Kathy
    on Jul 20, 2014

    I have had 1 coneflower plant for several years and it has never spread or multiplied. what did you do to yours???

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