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Patricia Rohn 3h
Late summer blooms. echinacea @ McCarthy Youth and Conservation Park
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Kyle Wu Aug 19
Monarch Butterfly on Echinacea and Coneflowers @ Central Park
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No.9 Farms Aug 20
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Liz Smith Aug 23
at golden hour seen on a walk yesterday
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Thomas Warren Aug 22
Russian Sage with twigs Russian sage: Perovskia is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. Members of the genus are native to southwestern and central Asia.…
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Chris Norley Aug 16
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Whatacolorbynoemi Aug 20
Finished this one last night to release the stress of the day. Kind of content with the result. Turned out to be a more relaxed painting than I originally planned.
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🐌JaxxBFox🐌 Aug 23
Late summer colors. Photos I took with my phone on the way to work this morning... # photography
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Garth Bayley Artist Aug 23
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gina canti Aug 18
Tired of sizzled brown leaves by sidewalk 🐶🐾🥀? plants that withstand winter road &/or ... echinacea aka purple a salt tolerant native choice for insects and birds
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Paul Archer Aug 18
electric heater under the back porch by the kitchen door. Thinking of ur saw cardinal and walked around the block c breaks. Took a pic cardinal. watered geranium in front and
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Original Handcrafted Jewelry Aug 22
Filigree Coneflower Pendant - this one-of-a-kind coneflower was handmade in traditional filigree style. Learn more:
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The Botany Scholar Aug 17
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Prior Park Gdn Cntre Aug 17
Known as , 'Magnus' has large, deep reddish, daisy-like flowers with prominent dark orange centres borne on stiff stems from July to September. A great choice for a sunny, well-drained, mixed or new perennial border.
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Justin Aug 19
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kimm_w Aug 18
Patience, Young Grasshopper. The little guy waited for me to run in the house & grab my phone. Very cooperative subject!😊
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John W. Bonnett Aug 18
Orange cone flower at Chesterfield Missouri 8/10/19
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AmHortSociety Aug 21
Some good news for a long endangered species: The smooth (Echinacea laevigata) is making a comeback nationwide, and the -- one of our Reciprocal Admissions Program gardens -- has played a large role in its turnaround
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PassionatePlanting Aug 18
Small in stature but with a proliferation of flowers - Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii (Coneflower 'Little Goldstar')
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Jill Riter 13h
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