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photos of full sun perennial flower beds | FULL SUN CORNER IN THE GARDEN
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Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant.  Just plant and it grows and grows and grows.  Such a pretty garden carpet.

Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant. Just plant and it grows and grows and grows. Such a pretty garden carpet.

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Purple flower gold and purple floral art violet orchid phlox flower photo shabby chic home decor spring Fine Art Nature Print 8x8 by bomobob on Etsy

Purple flower gold and purple floral art violet orchid phlox flower photo shabby chic home decor spring Fine Art Nature Print 8x8 by bomobob on Etsy

Phlox Paniculata (een gracieuze oervorm met hoge rankepluimen met lilablauwe bloemen, gezond en stevig, jun-aug, 140 cm, vast, zon-halfschaduw).

Phlox Paniculata (een gracieuze oervorm met hoge rankepluimen met lilablauwe bloemen, gezond en stevig, jun-aug, 140 cm, vast, zon-halfschaduw).

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In between the stepping stones ♥  Think this is a photo of pink phlox, which also flowers in incredible purple too!!!!

In between the stepping stones ♥ Think this is a photo of pink phlox, which also flowers in incredible purple too!!!!

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Lupins and phlox flowers, Clinton, Prince Edward Island by John Sylvester.
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Beautiful arrangement... Sunflowers, white roses, yellow snapdragons, white garden phlox, and lime button mums.

Beautiful arrangement... Sunflowers, white roses, yellow snapdragons, white garden phlox, and lime button mums.

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plumbago (aka leadwort), beautiful blue! // The generic name, derived from the Latin words plumbum ("lead") and agere ("to resemble"), was first used by Pliny the Elder (23-79) for a plant known as μολυβδαινα (molybdaina) to Pedanius Dioscorides (ca. 40-90). This may have referred to its lead-blue flower colour (OED), the ability of the sap to create lead-colored stains on skin, or Pliny's belief that the plant was a cure for lead poisoning.

plumbago (aka leadwort), beautiful blue! // The generic name, derived from the Latin words plumbum ("lead") and agere ("to resemble"), was first used by Pliny the Elder (23-79) for a plant known as μολυβδαινα (molybdaina) to Pedanius Dioscorides (ca. 40-90). This may have referred to its lead-blue flower colour (OED), the ability of the sap to create lead-colored stains on skin, or Pliny's belief that the plant was a cure for lead poisoning.

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Moss Phlox (Phlox subulata), Takinoue Park, Japan    I love phlox. the ground cover phlox will grow on any surface including rocks!

Moss Phlox (Phlox subulata), Takinoue Park, Japan I love phlox. the ground cover phlox will grow on any surface including rocks!

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