Another flower question

heirloomgal

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Ditto for @Artichoke Lover's suggestions and observations. I have hundreds of them sprouting in my garden (the seeds can lay dormant in the soil for years) and my garden soil is pretty rich, doesn't faze them at all. They bloom to high heaven. But they do take awhile to start blooming, even the early one Grandpa Ott's. Quite a bit longer than the average annual flower. But your plants look fantastically healthy. You'll get blooms for sure when they reach that stage.
 

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Yes new leaves!
I might. I’ll have to check my computer. I think it was 2019 so I hopefully I have some pics. Unfortunately my computer crashed in 2018 and my phone in 2019 so I’ve lost a lot of my garden photos from that time frame.
It really sounds beautiful!
 

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