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I have the spiky looking plant (picture #1) in my yard. I swear it was purple when it first bloomed years ago. Now it blooms white. I commented to my landscaper (and neighbor and friend of our family)a year after planting that it had changed colors but he wasn't a plantsman and couldn't help me figure it out. Honestly, there were a lot of plants that were brought in and planted so I could be wrong, but it's wonderful to see it in your yard in another color. Maybe I'm not crazy.

Love, love, love your pictures.

Giana Forzareli

Wonderful images of flowers. I really enjoyed viewing your excellent progress. The photo titled "Budset1" looks like a butterfly bush flower. I have them in my back yard and they attract some of the most beautiful butterflies, humming bird moths, and even humming birds. Have you seen any of these creatures enjoying your flowers? It looks like you have a large knowledge on this. Thank you for sharing this excellent post.

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Yes, Giana, that is a buddleia. I love them! They attract lots of critters to my yard.

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