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Purple cone flowers and their golden cousins - Black eyed susans

Bee Balm - I love that the color echoes the coneflowers .

All of these attact butterflies, and would assume, hummers.

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jlpanecki wrote:Purple cone flowers and their golden cousins - Black eyed susans

Bee Balm - I love that the color echoes the coneflowers .

All of these attact butterflies, and would assume, hummers.

Janet
Depending on how tall she meant. Edelweiss asked about tall wildlflowers. All the ones you mention are nice butterfly plants, but in the 2-3' tall range, what I would call medium, not tall.
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