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Dr. Stevens has been at Kansas State University for over 20 years researching flowers. He serves as the State Extension Specialist in Floriculture and is director of the Horticulture Research Center in Olathe, KS Robin R. Dremsa is a Research ...
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Dr. Stevens has been at Kansas State University for over 20 years researching flowers. He serves as the State Extension Specialist in Floriculture and is director of the Horticulture Research Center in Olathe, KS Robin R. Dremsa is a Research Associate who manages the flower trials. She's been at the K-State Hort. Research & Extension Center since 2007.
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For the final installment of the newest Prairie Star editions, we showcase the entries in the "Plants for Containers" section!

As a reminder, all Prairie Star flowers in the "Flowers" and "Foliage" sections can also be grown in containers, but the ones listed in the "Container" section have not grown as well when planted in the flower bed and we encourage you to use them in pots only.

The PDF version of the entire Prairie Star list can be downloaded free from the K-State Bookstore here or checkout www.prairiestarflowers.com for all the information plus more pictures.

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