Rodger’s Flower Blooming and Fading

The Rodger’s Flower is the early frontrunner for the West Seattle Garden’s Plant of the Year honors. All six blooms I wrote about in spring are still gorgeous.

The biggest surprise has been a new third level of leaves and the plant reaching nearly four feet high. Foliage is a bit beat up from insects and recent dry weather, but that didn’t hurt blooming.

The photos show how blooms die back beautifully.

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