A Floral Puzzle
People are perfectly willing to grow ordinary orange daylilies which can fend for themselves happily as wildflowers.
So why doesn’t anybody grow Queen Anne’s Lace?
It’s hardy (at least in my part of the world); to put it another way, you just can’t seem to kill it. And it’s pretty. Seriously, why isn’t it a popular garden flower? Does anybody out there know?
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