Sunpower sure is bright with the sun at high noon.
Wowser!! Is that your Sunpower? Phil
Sure is Phil, 2nd year -- it's going to be a biggie!
Great color. It sure seems to like that spot. Phil
That sure is purdy. Mine wants to look just like that when it grows up, I asked it.
You even have a purdy little yeller flower next to it! lol
Now what are the hosta to the left and right?
Frank, Captain Kirk is on the left and Holy Mole' is on the right. Both Captain Kirk and Holy Mole' have been chewed up by the rabbit two years in a row. Geesh, I need to do some weeding, but still have more tax returns to finish up.
Yours is awesome. Mine is pathetic. I'm going to have to dig it up and pot it up or something. It apparently does not like where it is, even though the other plants around it have grown well.
Mine is pitiful too... on the "to move" list here too! That is lovely and why we all buy it!
Lovely picture, Gesila. How did it come forward with no apparent December post?
Sometimes I just don't understand all that I know. Know? I mean, "observe."
My Sun Power does not get full sun. Take a look.
Illini, your Sunpower still is looking perky, pretty, and vigorous. I'm especially fond of the lighter colors that can brighten up the shady beds. But not so much the whites, you know.
Hope this year my Sunpower will do something extraordinary.
Beautiful golds, I love them. Does anyone have any idea how these golds turn out when they mature; I have 2-3 year-old specimens of...
MIKI (maybe not so gold)?
Anybody else have any of these? Out of all these golds, only my 'Mr. Watson' is even remotely close to having some mature looks, and as of last summer, was quickly becoming a favorite. Any pics of yours or comments you would have on your personal plants is very appreciated.
Gettin ready for more snow in