Monday, 20 August 2012

Echinacea's growing in my garden by Linda Young



There are also black eyed Susans in my garden which keeps pushing these pretty little echinacea flowers around every year.  Every year I've had them, they have found a new place to grow away from the "susans".  You'd think the susans would get the hint:  The Echinacea don't like to be near you, so leave them alone!

P O Box 941 Carlisle, Pa.

5 comments:

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

One of my favorite flowers of the garden, Linda - but I have to say my echinacea and my black-eyed susans like to grow side-by-side!

Linda Young said...

I must have some very pushy and dominant susans! The echinacea have relocated to just across the path from the Black eyed susans. They seem not to want to cohabitate in the same dirt. lol

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Phileeppa Hole said...

It is very awesome to hear to that Echinacea's increasing in your lawn. Actually I am also looking black eyed Susans for my garden. Really, They seem not to want to cohabitate in the same dust.indoor growing