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Pic of bouquets from flowers growing in Nov.

Posted by lsst (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 18, 09 at 15:06

I met my Mother and Grandmother today for lunch and decided to take bouquets cut from flowers from my garden.
I can not remember ever cutting summer flowers on Nov. 18!
I hope the flowers are not confused and will bloom strongly next spring!
I have regular azaleas and hydrangeas blooming now. The Knockout roses are still going strong and I have a couple of blooms from other roses.
What is still blooming for you?


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RE: Pic of bouquets from flowers growing in Nov.

Don't you just love it?! I have a reblooming iris still budded and ready to pop, plus several other flowers. You arrangements are very lovely - thanks for sharing.

RE: Pic of bouquets from flowers growing in Nov.

An Iris blooming now would really be great!
Hopefully yours will before a freeze knocks it out.

RE: Pic of bouquets from flowers growing in Nov.

Beautiful! I really hope we don't have a freeze before Thanksgiving so I can have flowers for the tables. I have the same things flowering as you do.

RE: Pic of bouquets from flowers growing in Nov.

Absolutely, stunning arrangements you've made from your flower garden. I'm a little envious because I have nothing blooming in my garden in Winston-Salem but we made be just a tad bit cooler. Enjoy your flowers!

RE: Pic of bouquets from flowers growing in Nov.

We had our Thanksgiving/Christmas on Wed. while son was here visiting from Europe. I had nothing blooming for the table so I used a grouping of jars of rooting coleus. From 2 feet away they were very colorful.

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