Garden Photo of the Day

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Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais

This fiery combo at the Toledo Botanical Garden in Ohio features yellow black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia cv., USDA Hardiness Zones 3-9), orange sneezeweed (Helenium cv., Zones 4-8), and red ‘Lucifer’ crocosmia (Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’, Zones 6-9).

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  1. BombasticTurtle 03/11/2012

    The black eyed Susans are such an attractive flower ... it's like they keep waving to you with their lively spirit every time I visit a garden center. It's also such a MUST HAVE for any butterfly garden!

  2. OrloSanford 05/26/2021

    There are many Botanical Garden gardens in Ohio. I have visited some of them and enjoyed the lush green grass and many colorful crops as well. Visiting such Botanical Gardens is very essential for health as well. Now I will read an article in which I can know how to cancel gamstop online so that I can earn a lot of money through it.

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