100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Color and shape of bloom.
What are the cons? Stems were weak to start out.
The little orange bloom on this plant is beautiful! This is one of the plants that gets a lot of attention from guests in our Sensory Garden! Will definitely grow this again.
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8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Unusual
What are the cons? Nothing
It is a unique and brightly colored flower that I used in my floral bouquets as an accent. Had many positive comments about it. Lasted a long time in vase. A very 'cheerful' flower. Will most definitely be growing it again!
28 out of 30 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Wonderful for softening garden
What are the cons? None whatsoever
I first grew these in an heirloom garden in St. Louis and now have to grow them for friends and family all through the area. Irish Poet is easy to grow, dependable and the delicate little flowers give a delightful airy look to the garden. Their bright orange color is a wonderful jolt of color without being garish. Always an attention grabber!
25 out of 27 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? as a cut flower
What are the cons? none
First time growing these. I sowed the seeds in a protected place in my garden and they germinated nicely but they didn't take off until I transplanted the small starts to sunnier areas. They look pretty enough in my garden but they look spectacular as a cut flower with some of my smaller sunflowers.
The photo on this website is pretty accurate as far as color. BRIGHT orange but rather small size flower heads on thin stalks so the color is not overwhelming. I will grow these every year from now on. I would give 5 stars if the leaves were prettier.....
What are the pros? Beautiful, bright color
What are the cons? None
I started the seeds inside then transplanted them outdoors next to cosmos in May. Once established they grew fast, bloomed strong (still blooming) and now have begun to seed. I have decided to plant the whole pack this remaining season as they look great in mass.