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Rudbeckias removed from garden

Rudbeckias removed from garden (Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan))

Indain summer and Cherokee sunset, really making a wonderful arrangement for enjoyment in the house. Hard frost this morning, about half the patch survived, i left out those with a droop.

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They look beautiful together. Hard to think of frosts quite that early, I guess you adapt to that mindset after a few years. I came here in 1982 and am still having trouble adjusting to the length of winter here.

6 Oct, 2008


We have it different enough its not even similar to my memories. Once it starts getting dark again its time to prepare for cold. My biggesty adjustment is staying awake after the sun sets at 3 o'clock. :-)

6 Oct, 2008

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This photo is of "Rudbeckia 'cherokee sunset'" in Greenthumb's garden

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