my first webshots album. Tropicals in Illinois...

cheerpeopleNovember 11, 2004

Well other stuff too. Actually its a garden start to finish

Have a looksee and put your feet up while your at it:)

If you want to see larger pics them click on thumbnails otherwise the slideshow is nice too.

go to webshots and then type in member 'cheerpeople' to have a look.

Thx guys for all the advise/ plant id..etc on the tropicals you see.


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thx for showing me how to get the link without coughing up my password, rosemaria!

Here is a link that might be useful: pics

    Bookmark   November 13, 2004 at 7:06AM
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john_trussville(z7b AL)

Wow, very impressive mix of different colors & textures. Great job! I tend to have an obsession with plants that are large & very tropical in my landscaping turns out to be...just very, very GREEN. Wish I had your knack. I'll bet people slow down when driving by your house in admiration of your work. You should be proud.

    Bookmark   November 14, 2004 at 12:56AM
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don_brown(Zone 6A NS)

Forgive me for being off-topic, but I was looking at your instructions for preparing plant markers. I'm not sure what a "dark hanger" is. I assume it's some sort of wire clothes hanger, so if that's it, i'll have to get some from a dry cleaner (traumatized from watching "Mommie Dearest"). Anyway, it appears that you looped it behind the label. How long a piece of wire is it? What size of marker do you cut from the lid, and how many can you get from one? Me being in Canada, I'm not sure if I can get Folgers, so I guess some local brand will I'll have to get stocked up. Thanks in advance for the help!

    Bookmark   December 30, 2004 at 11:13PM
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