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Project

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Project Description

What type of item is this? Plant or Flower How would you describe the style of your project? Outdoorsy What are you most proud of? That they actually all bloomed!! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Try a new plant every year. Experiment with color, and if it doesn't work, nothing has to be permanent. Try again with something else.

What you will need

  • Combination of Perennials and Annuals

Q&A with coonjee

yorkie1sm24146 asked:
i just love these flowers
coonjee answered:
Thank you! I was pleasantly surprised when they bloomed so beautifully! The package of dahlias contained an assortment of tubers, so I didn't know what to expect.
dmill820105281 asked:
If you likw MARIGOLDS, USE SEEDS INSTEAD OF THE PLANTS FROM THE STORE. AFTER THE PLANTS BEGIN TO DRY OUT. TAKE THE DRIED OUT FLOWERS AND CLIP EACH INDIVIDUAL FLOWER. iNT THE MIDDLE YOU WILL FIND A LOT OF SEEDS. KEEP THEM UNTIL AROUND MARCH AND PLANT THEM INDOORS UNTIL THEY BECOME SMALL PLANTS. TRANSPLANT THEM OUTDOORS AROUND THE END OF APRIL. THE FLOWERS WILL GROW AS TALL AS YOUR FENCE.
coonjee answered:
Thanks for the information. I haven't grown marigolds in years. I used to be allergic to them because they are in the ragweed family. Maybe I should give it another try!