Proctor Garden – Lots of daisies

If you want to see this garden full of dice, it is open every Sunday from 8:00 am to noon.

DENVER – The Daisy family is the largest family in the plant state. Daisies are now the biggest stars in my garden.

We have Mexico to thank the three best: Marigolds, Dahlia and Zinia. Kill them all so that the flower grows.

Remember to dig up the leaves of the dahlias after they have cooled in the fall. Some of my dahlias are at least 15 years old.

The two names mentioned are Zenari’s giant purple and Magellan Rose. Seed can be ordered online and you can grow these yourself next year.

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Two species of Rudbeckia appear at the end of the summer. Ar Lashiniya grows to a height of more than six feet and has large yellow flowers on sturdy trunks. He is a native of tall grasslands and has evolved to find flowers above the grass. Let it bloom continuously in the fall.

Rudbeckia trioloba grows to a height of three feet and has many small flowers resembling bumblebee. You can’t buy plants; You have to grow from seed. Buy a packet and plant it in the garden this fall. It grows in winter. It is annual, that is, it produces leaves in the first year and flowers in the second. It dies at the end of the second year and then the seeds are scattered and the process begins again.

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If you want to see this garden full of dice, it is open every Sunday from 8:00 am to noon. Your suggested $ 10 contribution will benefit the Fool Friends League. The address is 3030 West 46th Avenue, northwest of Denver.

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