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Grape Hyacinth

Grape Hyacinth, Dianthus, Black-Eyed Susan, Phlox
It is relaxing to start one’s day with a garden photo. In front are grape hyacinth, a bulb that one plants in the fall. Directly behind are dianthus plants, perennials that will soon bloom. Toward the back is a promising beginning of a black-eyed susan (Rudbeckia), a perennial native to New Jersey that may show its yellow flowers in August. The background is creeping phlox.

Anonymous says

An absolutely stunning picture.

Batya says

I had some in my garden, and they smelled so good.

Leora says

Do these grow in Israel as well? Always interesting to find out the "international" plants.

Robin says

Very pretty!

Leora says

Thanks, Anon, whoever you are!

I'm glad you liked it, Robin. Readers, see Robin's photos:


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