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Author Topic: Alpine Meadows  (Read 15481 times)


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Re: Alpine Meadows
« Reply #75 on: April 30, 2010, 07:40:24 AM »
Reference post of 23 April 2010- Attached are a couple of photos taken in last two days. The recent rains have brought the Yarrow up quickly. In some areas it has broken out of its corral and it is necessary to head in back in. Once established the plant is a bit aggressive. Here and there are what I call "English Daisies" Bellis perennis

interesting--the yarrow does seem very aggressive..
here, there is naturally occurring Achillea, and it is very widespread and commonly occurring, but it seldom forms particularly notable clumps, even, nevermind large patches like that, i guess the other local species are just as aggressive :) i'd actually like to give it a few sq feet somewhere to form a nice stand-as much for the overwintering dried flowerstalks as anything--i actually notice them most in the spring..


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