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Some May Flowers

Posted by hosenemesis SoCal Sunset 19 USDA (My Page) on
Mon, May 24, 10 at 0:04

A few things are hanging in there- no more foxgloves, the daisies, most roses, and irises are just about finished. But my Pinkie rose is doing well- I got it last year:

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And the larkspur are still blooming, along with Beverly Sills iris and a rebloom from Frequent Flyer iris:
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Renee


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RE: Some May Flowers

The rose looks amazing, and I really like the pix with the white larkspurs!


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Very nice Renee.
In the first pic in the lower left, what are the very light pale blue bell like flowers?

Thanks


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gobluedjm- those are actually white foxgloves.


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ok thanks Renee.


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I love these 2 photos of your garden. The carpet of daisies, the tall stately larkspur and the elegant iris - wowzer!


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  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Thu, May 27, 10 at 5:59

Beautiful as always! I think I need some larkspurs. Did you plant those from seed in the fall?


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Hoovb, yes. The larkspur were started from seed in the ground. They are over six feet tall- I am just smitten with them. They have lasted for a very long time because of our cool weather. They are called Imperial White.

Renee


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