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More San Antonio Spring

Posted by plantmaven 8b/9a TX (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 15, 11 at 10:27

Like GGG the temps change almost hourly. We have not had rain in about 67 days.

Someday I'm gonna catch that squirrel.

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Scented Bubbles Iris

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Lovely, simply lovely. I finally had a German Iris to bloom.


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Beautiful!

I always love seeing your gardens.


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That rose looks like a peppermint candy - good enough to eat! Very pretty, I *might* have some similar blooms in about 6-8 weeks! LOL

Thanks for the *eye candy*.


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Pretty flowers and that rose is a stunner. My favorite in all the pictures is your pup, she is always such a cutie.


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Ooooo...love those Amaryllis! Are those double Amaryllis in the third pic, planted outside? So are they perennials in your zone, or do you have to lift/replant them?
That striped rose is pretty amazing too. Does it have a scent?

Pup looks like he is doing a good job guarding your garden ;-)
CMK


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Shirely, you are welcome to come by sometime. Do you want me to email you my phone #?

CMK, They are almost triple amaryllis and yes they are perennials here.
The rose does smell good. It was one scraggly stem when I bought this house.

Rita, Maeve is the "funnest" dog I have ever had. Hard to believe she is already 17 months old and full grown...all 6.5 lbs of her. She also climbs on a pot, thinking she can catch the squirrel that 1 ft. higher. You "gotta" get you one. LOL

Kathy


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Very pretty!

I love your dog, and that rose is gorgeous!
kay


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Well, that's a nice invitation for sure! I'd certainly love to stop by and this spring is a great time to see your blooms and meet Maeve too. It's getting hot out so I'd better plan on getting over there soon.

I had to change my GW email recently, so go ahead and try the new one and lets see if it works.


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It would not work. Email me at plantmaven at g mail dot com


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Definitely not there, so I'll email you now.


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