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Apr 15, 2020 4:54 PM CST
Name: LeeAnn
Zone 6b, Pennsylvania
Here are a few suggestions in some floriferous cut flower varieties for the NE:
Linda's Baby
HH Black Beauty
Cornel Bronze- orange
Isabel- purpleish
Gaylen Rose-white with lavender center in fall
Peaches n Cream- peach/sometimes pink
Snoho Doris-orange/peach/cor
Snoho Les- varigated purple
Jitterbug
Small World- small white pom
Sugartown Sunrise-pink/yellow
Pennhill Watermelon is a larger bloom on a monster plant but blooms its head off. Provide lots of support and maybe afternoon shade.
Gingersnap- orange w/dark foliage
Ferncliff Copper- orange
Bo Peep- soft pink with soft yellow center


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