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The Fall Garden

We have had wonderful weather this summer. The upper Midwest (zone 4b) received ample, well-spaced rains, with no extended heat waves. And these Cimicifuga blooms are just one of the delightful results. Ample water is clearly a factor in the … Continue reading

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Bugbane

This is cimicifuga racemosa “Black Negligee.” The edges of the leaves are dipped in purple, a color echo of the dark purple stems. This is a very handsome plant. Sometimes called bugbane, Cimis fit nicely with the Yellow Wax Bells … Continue reading

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