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Hollyhock ‘Double Apricot’

Big super-duper double pom-poms of peachy-apricot, 4-5” across, are densely stacked all around the stalk for maximum impact. So beautiful! Imagine these next to a garden gate or low fence or standing tall mid to back of bed. Cottage garden nirvana! To 6-8’ and branching. Biennial, they’ll bloom the first season if planted in Spring in temperate climates like ours. …

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Bearded Iris – Peach

Tall Bearded Iris is a great spring flower for Sunnyvale gardens. This is a migrant plant. Some years the iris is in the front yard in the ground; other years the iris is in a container in the back yard. Irises contain the potentially toxic compounds irisin, iridin, or irisine. Symptoms of Poisoning: The gastrointestinal tract may become affected by …

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