Rudbeckia . . . Green Wizard- from Choc FLower Farm @Carissa from {Carissa Miss} from {Carissa Miss} Shubb Thank you (I think?)  I found THIS (& many other things I ordered from Chocolate Flower Farm which I found on Pinterest --which I joined b/c of YOU-----------dangerous site that carries DARK flowers......one of my weaknesses  Choc Flower farm has    have some wild stuff--don't these look like sci fi?

Green Wizard Coneflower Green Wizard… Quite unique! Luminescent black cones are ringed with gold and surrounded with tiny green "petals". Ideal complement for White Swan and Magnus.

Rudbeckia 'Green Wizard'

Green Wizard Rudbeckia - Luminescent black cones are ringed with rich green sepals for an eye-catching effect.

Looking like a plucked daisy, this Rudbeckia sports long, thin green sepals and a giant black cone (the size and shape of a large strawberry)! Wonderfully attention-getting in the garden, 'Green Wizard' is also welcome as an Everlasting!

Green Wizard Rudbeckia Seeds

Looking like a plucked daisy, this Rudbeckia sports long, thin green sepals and a giant black cone (the size and shape of a large strawberry)! Wonderfully attention-getting in the garden, Green Wizard is also welcome as an Everlasting!

Echincea...petals removed. This is what I do in the fall when petals get yucky looking.

I wish I had the time TO do as the previous pinner. This is what I do in the fall when petals get yucky looking.

black eyed susan  long season of bloom     Perennials are kind of plants that live for years and mostly grow little buds that bloom into roses of different colors. Perennials grow through different seasons of the year; it depends on the type of the plant. Some of them could be just inches high and others grow up to 2-3 feet. The common characteristic…

Top 10 Flowers That Bloom all Year

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fritillaria | Fritillaria meleagris - Botany Photo of the Day.  Found two of these beauties growing in the Wilderness garden by the stream!  I relocated them to somewhere safe from the mower.

Also known as Checkered Lily, Snake's Head Fritillary, and Guinea-Hen Flower. Often grown with other color varieties in rock or woodland gardens, or in beds as a ground cover.

Papaver 'Black Peony'...got this one, can't wait to see it in flower...

Papaver hybridum 'Black Peony' "Black Peony Poppy" I have to find one of these.I collect "black flowers" Love it!

Echinacea 'Sombrero Salsa Red'

SOMBRERO® Salsa Red Echinacea

Just planted some of these in my garden. Sombrero Salsa Red Coneflower, Echinacea Sombrero Salsa Red, Sugar Creek Gardens for exceptional perennial Coneflowers

Orange cone flowers

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Echinacea 'Tomato Soup' is a hot echinacea from Terra Nova that stretches what we used to think about coneflowers to an entirely new level. The tall clumps of Echinacea 'Tomato Soup' are topped in

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Oxalis palmifrons hails from the deserts of South Africa. This oxalis looks like a giant green snowflake.

Cavendishia grandifolia

Peach Cavendishia grandifolia flower buds Roses adore the simplicity and sweetness in this peaches and pink floral.

purple alium flowers

50 Modern Front Yard Designs and Ideas

Allium will add height and calm drama with its pom pom style flower heads.A versatile plant for cottage beds to the modern steel container. Plant them near to the front boarder so there slender necks are shown off.

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