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This volunteer also grows in the front rockery, about 1 m. from the bigger volunteer which has countless numbers of stems and blossoms. This plant has 5 stems and is also in a different colour. Also very pretty!
Today she has just started to blossom, which is no surprise, she gets much less sunbeams and sits a big part of the day in the shade of the Acer! I'm thinking of digging her out after the bloom and replant her near her two voluntary sisters!☺

(If you check out the link below of her much bigger sister you can compare the difference in the colour of the flowers)
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Thank you, Patsy....I won't plant her to close to her sisters if I'll dig her up. She chose this spot all by herself, but when she did the Acer was a lot smaller and didn't 'overshadow' the rockery so much in the morning! Hey....maybe I'd better get rid of the Acer then???LOL

Thank you, tisketsmum. Good choice. They are all called "Queen Fabiola" eventhough the colours can be slightly different from each other.☺

Yes, it is, GG. On Google I noticed many more differences in colour and pattern. They are indeed all lovely, thank you!☺


Wow, there is a big difference between the two "sisters" for sure! Both are lovely. ☺


They're beautiful Impie; must add to my wish list for ordering in the autumn.

Very pretty! Don't plant her too close to her sisters. Those look very vigorous. You don't want them to overtake her.


Isn't she just,thank you, Anne.

Thank you, Faye, yes she is! I guess it will make a lovely blend and if she'll accept her new spot she might grow bigger too! 💜😊💜

Me too, Kathie, I'm fond of this soft purple....hence I chose it for my wedding dress! ;))


My favorite color! A star is born!


Very pretty! The two varieties will make a lovely blend... 💜😊💜


So regal!

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