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Cutting Garden Inspiration – Marigolds and Tomatoes

3/28/2014

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I have been meaning to share this arrangement for days now – but it (once again) has been one of those kind of weeks.

The Green Dandelion designed this and it has me planning to rip up some grass to plant huge rows of rare marigolds that we can use in similar farmers market arrangements later this summer.  Arrangements that will also use all the inevitably gangly volunteer seed grown tomatoes that will pop up in the garden this spring. In all my spring optimism, I can assure you it is going to be perfect.

I just can’t work out what those cat tail like things are and the dark purple cosmo-like flowers.  Ideas?  I want to plant the whole thing  in my garden.

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image: The Green Dandelion

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  1. Susan says:

    They look like millet to me. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millet

  2. jessica says:

    I think those might be chocolate cosmos?

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