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Identifying the Unidentified

While visiting my neighbor’s garden the other day, the neighbor that passed, I saw these gorgeous flowers all over. They were like red velvet. And tall spiked flowers. I am sure she would have kept them trimmed but now the garden is growing up quickly. I am trying to identify these flowers. Any suggestions would be helpful. I think they are usually cut back in the fall and turn to seed, then you replant them in the spring.


  • Any idea what these flowers are called?

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Written by Carol DM

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  1. Although I did not know the name (but now I do), they are gorgeous flowers. I will have to check if I can grow them up here in the Outaouais Valley as I think they will add to our usual rose bushes and other flowers.


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