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100 Plants for a Larger Mary Garden

Some Annuals Seeds; Biennials Plants; And Perennials Bulbs and Plants For Our Lady's Flowers Commercially Available In The Eastern U.S., (1965)

Grouped by plant type and planting or sowing time


Height: (L) Low (to l ft.); (M) Medium (l to 2 ft.); (T) Tall (over 2 ft ); (V) Vine

First Bloom: Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Bloom Colors: (B) Blue; (R) Red; (P) Purple; (W) White; (Y) Yellow

(#) - Dig up and keep indoors in winter; replant following Spring

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Copyright Mary's Gardens 1965, 1996

The John Stokes and Mary's Garden collection was transferred to the Marian Library in May 2013. In addition to his archives, manuscripts, artwork, and personal library, John S. Stokes also donated his extensive website. It was transferred to the Marian Library in 2010. This particular entry is archived content original to Stokes' Mary's Gardens website. It is possible that some text, hyperlinks, etc. are outdated.


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