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Marigold Alumia Vanilla Cream 10-12" tall pg. 58

A new French marigold with large, very early blooming, inch soft lemon yellow, anemone-type flowers. Vigorous branching plants grow inches tall, spread slightly wider. A Fleuroselect Novelty Award winner.

Growing Zinnias - pinch out center stem when plants are 18 inches tall to encourage lower branching and longer stems

Zinnias as gross feeders. Growing Zinnias - pinch out center stem when plants are 18 inches tall to encourage lower branching and longer stems

La Conner, Washington, has an annual tulip festival.  So incredibly beautiful to see field upon field upon field upon field of flowers.  Now I see they have a quilt and textile museum.  (Wonder how long it's been there.)  If you like quilts, they have a lot of nice ones on the site.

Quilt of the Skagit Valley Tulip fields at the La Conner Quilt Museum done by a California quilt artist for Eureka .keep style in mind for photos/quilt series when I go to Holland next year.

Skagit Valley during the annual Tulip Festival in Mount Vernon, Washington • Inge Johnsson Photography on Photoshelter

Give a flower to someone today & let them know they are loved :) Skagit Valley during the annual Tulip Festival in Mount Vernon, Washington

Origanum ‘Kent Beauty’ | If this plant is half as successful as its ornamental oregano cousins out back, I’ll be thrilled. Dangles off a slope nicely. Sun and crap soil lover. Bees and butterflies all over it. (Mediterranean)

Plant of the Week: Origanum 'Kent Beauty'

'Kent Beauty' Ornamental Oregano - I've never seen this before. I'll be looking for this to put in my herb garden this year.

Tulip Field, Skagit Valley, Washington

Tulip Field, Skagit Valley, Washington - The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a spring Tulip Festival in the Skagit Valley of Washington State. It is held annually, April 1 to April

Iceland Poppy. #floretseeds #farmerflorist #growfloret

Capturing Icelandic Poppy magic with this evening. Here in the Skagit valley, the sky starts to glow about an hour before sunset. The light is unreal.

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