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one of the happiest, sweetest flowers.a little cousin of the pansy. ~ Known as Johnny Jump-ups in the past for their habit of jumping up here & there in the garden, but never being evasive.

fencepost and wildflowers. what about a different perennial at each fencepost?

Dahlia - "best summer bulbs" from bhg.com - range in size from dwarf to monster/dinnerplate, nearly every color, variety of flower forms;  like full sun/moist, dig the tubers and store them for winter

The Best Summer Bulbs

Summer Flowers and Bulbs Summer flowers electrify your garden. Summer-blooming flowers offer some of the most spectacular color of the entire year, whether they are late summer flowers, annual summer flowers, or perennial summer flowers.

Cosmos, delicate, lovely, and in temperate climates, they reseed for the following season.

Candy Stripe Cosmos: All cosmos are fabulous annuals that always re-seed the next year, and bloom their selves crazy until frost! Delightfully airy, fern-leafed, and tall. depending on variety. Need little water and full sun!

So cool!

Chinese lantern plant skeleton with fruit. Beautiful fun to have in Fall garden. Caution: these plants spread quickly so recommend trying to contain them.

Je pense là à une orchidée                                           SFR Mail

Delphinium Delirium, it's no wonder that cottage gardens are so amazing. This is another cottage garden staple! Go Delphinium!

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Primula auricula Double Purple ~ Easy to grow, lengthy flowering period. Stunning double purple flowers in spring. Primulas prefer a well drained soil, making them suitable for rockeries and pots. Grows in full sun to part shade. Grows hi

Tulip Orange Princess... Azalea-pink glow, garnet-purple flames and dark blue-green foliage... and fragrant to boot!

Tulip - Orange Princess Peony-like bloom. It is nasturtium-orange with an azalea-pink glow, garnet-purple flames, and dark blue-green foliage.

Protea: Photo by Photographer Jenny Ross

One of my favorite flowers! Pincushion Protea: Photo by Photographer Jenny Ross

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