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Aquilegia vulgaris - Black BarlowGeraniun phaeum - Mourning WidowAlcea rosea nigra - Black Hollyhock Acanthus mollis - Bear's Breeches----------------Now playing: Bronski Beat - Heatwavevia FoxyTunes
black hollyhock, please!
Oh my goodness! Are you really back?!?!?! Is this really you? I am so glad! May I toss out a little announcment?
fascinating black flowers- I have a trellis of morning glories and at their fullest they are almost black- a deep deep purple. I have added the black iris to a group of lilac, white, and pale blue iris and then a mix of the white and purple- this spring- maybe I should add yellow? or leave it as is? la
katiedid - Thank you. Sweet of you, but not necessary.
la - what about lime?
pp — evidently, Jefferson grew them too.
Lime? Iris- this I've got to see. la
I've never taken HOBAC off my personal bookmarks list hoping this day would come when you'd be back. So happy to see you again. I grow Black Barlow and three different Geranium phaeums, but have never captured their beauty so perfectly as you have.
Wonderful and elegant. And all easy to grow. Of them all, the hollyhock probably needs the most care - and very little of that.
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