by Ray Allen

If you're gardening with wildflowers in the northern zones of the northeast or midwest, you're probably enjoying daisies and lupines right now.  These two favorite wildflowers have the delightful habit of blooming at exactly the same time each year.  This photo was sent us by a happy wildgardener in Connecticut.  This blue and white blaze can be created by planting our mix for your region or our perennial mixture, since chances are both have these two favorites.  This is how your bloom should look the second spring after planting...remember, perennials like these have to go through a full winter before they'll bloom.
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