The purchase was an impulse. I didn’t read the label careful and thought I was buying a different sort of flower.
Imagine my surprise – and delight – when the flower returned the next year. And thrived (a condition which seldom happens in my garden). After a few years, I even moved it a short distance and still it returned in the spring.
The balloon flower, a happy perennial, blooms in July.
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