A Walk Around the Yard
I live at the Jersey shore and I grow my flowers in a very sandy soil. It seems that adding peat moss every year is helping hold some of the moisture. I will also fertilize just my annuals with a granular and a liquid several times a year. I find that my perennials need very little fertilizer and water. I like to split the perennials every other year for maximum blooms.
I love July ... Being surrounded by Black Eyed Susan's
These were my first time with planting seed
The first of many different hydrangea blooms
Does anyone know a good app for finding plant names? I love this plant it looks like it may be a Black Eyed Susan of sorts
A closer look
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Published July 16th, 2014 7:32 PM
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Douglas Hunt on Jul 17, 2014Is your last plant quite tall? It looks like it could be Rudbeckia maxima to me.
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