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Plants & Misc that start with 'H'

Posted by crazy_gardener ~Z2b~ AB Canada (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 11, 07 at 15:24

It's time for the H's!


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Well, I just couldn't let the H's go by without getting in yet another picture of 'Hawkeye Belle', one of my all time favorites.

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A double H, Hosta 'Honeybells'
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Hosta 'Hyacinthina'
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Peony 'Honey and Gold'
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Heuchera 'Splendens'
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Hummingbird moth
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Hydrangea 'Tardiva'
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Laurie, I'm just amazed what you can grow! How long have you had your Hydrangea 'Tardiva'! Love it!

Here are some of my H's....


Hawthorn Crataegus spp. blooming early spring


Hesperis matronalis Sweet Rocket


Hosta


Helenium hoopesii


Heuchera sanguinea


Heliopsis helianthoides 'Prairie Sunset'


Heliopsis scabra 'Sun Disc' False Sunflower


Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns'

Hanging Baskets


Helianthus 'Bird Seed' self-seeded


'Honey Bee' Tango Lily


Humulus lupulus Hops Vine


Helenium autumnale 'Rotgold'


Helichrysum Purple Ball


Hawkeye Belle Buck


Hope For Humanity


Henry Kelsey


Hens


Hemerocallis seedlings (photo taken the other day)

Sharon


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OMG! How old are your daylily seedlings?? They're sooo cute! How long did they take to come up? I've still got my seeds in the fridge thinking that I wouldn't start them until February. After seeing yours, now I'm not sure I can wait that long!

As for the hydrangea, I think it'll be going into it's fifth summer. It's not huge by any means, only about 2.5 feet tall and wide, but I do like the flowers. Unfortunatly so do the grasshoppers, and most years they've eaten them before they got to open up :(


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Laurie those seedlings are about 10 days old, I still have some that haven't germinated.

I have 11 different mixes and they all seem to be germinating at different times, there is one variety that only took 5 days. Most likely they will probably not bloom this year, but I can't wait to see what they'll look like the following year.

Sharon


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Oooh cute seedlings Sharon! I can't wait to see what they look like either. BTW, you missed an "H" - the Herons at your pond!

I just have:

A hollyhock
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Harison's Yellow (now someone else's Harison's Yellow, knot forms in stomach, sob)
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  • Posted by savona z2bBCCanada (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 13, 07 at 11:29

I did happy returns and canadian border patrol day lilies from seed last year..amazingly easy, makes you wonder why the hybridizers charge so much for new intros:-O..Gil i would have separation anxiety leaving my roses behind too!
some of my "H"s
Heliopsis
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Holly Hock - annual summer carnival
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Hanging baskets
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Hunting Song glad
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Henry Kelsey rose
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Hemerocallis "Winniford"..it is a mini day lily..I dont think it would even measure 1.5 inches across
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Hemerocallis - "Summerwine"
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Hemerocallis "Sammy Russell"
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Hemerocallis- unnamed
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Hemerocallis- Fulva
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Hemerocallis- forgot the name of this one, it is a tetraploid
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Hemerocallis "Stella D'oro"
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savona


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Wow Sharon, they look fairly big for only 10 days. I hope I have as much luck with mine! It'll be really exciting to see what the flowers will look like next summer. What fun that'll be!

Gill, I hope you've got another Harison's Yellow on your shopping list for this spring?


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