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Here's what I have

Posted by waitforspring z6MA (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 21:33

Spring is taking its sweet time getting here, but I have a few things blooming.

These daffodils were in the yard when we moved here. I've been trying to separate the colors, but haven't succeeded completely. Don't know the names of either of these.

And here are a couple of my hellebores.

Val


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The daffs are lovely but the hellebores are gorgeous! that bottom photo looks as if you couldn't put another bloom on the plant.
kay


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Pretty daffs. The white with yellow trumpet looks like ICE FOLLIES. The yellow one could any of too many to name.

The pictures of the hellebores are fantastic, especially that second one! Fabulous.


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Wow, I've never seen such a floriferous hellebore, beautiful! And I do love daffs. All are pretty!

Rena'


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Nice Val.
I think the narcissus white with yellow is Ice Follies. Mine are blooming here too. Hellebores are beautiful.

Julia


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Great photos, Oh how I miss those New England springs.
Linda


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Lovely photos! My hellebores were really nice this spring, but not like that last one, it is really getting a workout!


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Thanks everyone. That last hellebore has been great for the last couple of years in spite of the fact that its in a spot with not so great soil.
Rita and Julia, Thanks for identifying Ice Follies for me.
Val


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  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 25, 13 at 2:42

Those Hellobores are beautiful. I think mine are blooming now as I thought I saw a flower as I whized by the house in the car the other day when it was raining. They certainly have never looked like your last picture though. I didn't think it was possible to even have them look like that. Good job......Maryl


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