Monday, July 09, 2007

coneflowers, daisies and wisconsin are a good match

Coneflowers and daisies seem to thrive in Wisconsin. They are not hummingbird flowers, yet they do well in our bad, dry clay soil. Last year when they were on sale I bought a bunch and planted them in my worst bed out front. This year they look great. Some how a daisy even grew in one of my patches of bee balm, which also does well here(and is a hummingbird magnet).




2 Comments:

Blogger Carol said...

Your daisy really "stands out in a crowd". All your flowers look great, in spite of the dry weather!

8:56 AM  
Blogger Connie said...

Hi...stopping by from Garden Voices. I enjoyed the browse on your blog. Your flowers and your photos are lovely! I hope you attract lots of hummers with them. :-)

10:11 AM  

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