I have pretty much have ignored and insulted the Osteospurmum, thinking that it was a wimpy 'spring then gone' for the summer plant. So....this spring I planted a few in my experimental garden No water from me! No mulch! No fertilizer! I did not receive a visit at any time from the PRPT( Plants Are People Too) agency to speak about taking custody of them. They have incredibly managed to CHANGE my opinion of them! Here is why....after all my willful neglect. Osteo...my hat is off to you. These pictures were taken after the recent heat wave here in Atlanta.

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  • Marie DeSalvo
    on Jun 23, 2016

    Had them several years ago. Havent found them since.

  • Marie DeSalvo
    on Jun 24, 2016

    Wondering if they go to seed and If so can they be propagated for future gardening. And thanks for the answer that they were annuals.

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