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first plant purchase of season

Posted by newbiehavinfun 7a - Southern NJ (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 14, 11 at 18:36

Okay, technically not my FIRST, because I pre-ordered tomato and pepper plants months ago, but I'm talking flowers here. I'm practically giddy in anticipation of receiving my first batch. I took advantage of Graceful Gardens' 20% off sale if you buy three trays and got lots of obedient plant, coneflower, foxglove and salvia. Then I ordered the Top 20 hosta collection from G.H. Wild, as well as three daylillies: Joan Senior, Siloam Double Classic and Variety is the Spice.

Last weekend we put down a couple yards of mushroom soil; hopefully that will be cooled down enough and mixed in enough by this weekend. I want to transplant some shrubs and move some daffodils out of the middle of the lawn before the first mow of the season.

Happy Spring!

~ Megan


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RE: first plant purchase of season

Not my first, but most unusual. Actually my sister bought it.

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Some treatment not dyed, but next time the bloom will be white. If it blooms.


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RE: first plant purchase of season

That is a very easy orchid to grow, and with your green thumb, it should so well.

kay


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RE: first plant purchase of season

Newbie, Joan senior is one of my favorite day lilies! I know it's an older variety but blooms for a long time and I love the size and creaminess of the blooms! I have divided mine and scattered it everywhere, it's so pretty.
Ive never heard of graceful gardens, I'll have to look at their site!
What a stunning orchid! Orchids are so pretty but I've never tried growing them.

My first plant purchase was 2 new dawns climbng roses for the front of my house. They were on clearance from last season . I haven't bought anything else besides violas to plant by my tulips. But today I'm off so I'm sure my car will drive itself to a nursery!


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