Creating a Garden Tapestry: Plant identification and photos from the class

Thanks again for such an incredibly warm welcome and kind comments from my day of presenting in Ft. Collins, at the High Plains Workshop. What a great crowd. And a crowd of gardeners!

I am late getting to this, but here are the main photos from the Creating a Garden Tapestry presentation, with the plants identified below the photos. If you don’t see something here, that you were looking for, please send me a note so I can keep looking and get you the information you need.

Penstemon strictus (Rocky Mountain penstemon) and California Poppy

Shasta Daisy 'Aglaia and unidentified yellow daylily

Coreopsis 'Moonbeam', achillea or yarrow 'Cornation Gold' , and I believe, there are a few blossoms of the tall evening primrose oenothera hookeri.

 

Achillea 'Apricot Delight' with Veronica spicata 'Red Fox

Digitalis ferruginea or Rusty Foxglove

Gomphrena 'Fireworks' and pink zinnia

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2 Responses to Creating a Garden Tapestry: Plant identification and photos from the class

  1. These are beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing.

  2. katherine says:

    I’m curious as to some of your sources for local native plants? I haven’t been able to find plants like balsam, indian paintbrush, etc. Would so appreciate some suggestions! Especially for mail/online ordering. Thanks :)

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