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some single flower variations

Posted by tdogdad Zone 9 (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 30, 10 at 19:15

Here are some flowers taken yesterday.
Intense rainbow:

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Teresa Wilder:

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Pink Windmill:

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Kimi Beauty:

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Angus #3:

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Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures Bill. The Kimi Beauty is especially nice!

Dewaine


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That Intense Rainbow is incredible. I have something to look forward to! Mine has not bloomed yet.

BTW, 'Lani' has an inflo!


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Very nice. I just love the Pink Windmill


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I love them all...but the Pink Windmill is a special beauty!!!

Laura in VB


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Dave- My Lani is just about to bloom too. Karyn- that is not a touched up picture of pink windmill. It has such a bright pink. I won the plant at a drawing and I think it was from the San Diego area.


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Kimi's Beauty sure is pretty! I'm going to have to find me one of those!!!!! They are all very nice, Bill!
Rene'


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Love your pretty flowers. But I have to admit, I'm sad that I lost the Donald Angus to rot :(


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Hi Bill, thanks for posting this beautiful pictures I like them all but my favorite is Intense Rainbow and Teresa Wilder. My 3 year old just walked in, he saw the pictures and he likes Kimi Beauty :) hope this weather last a little longer.


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Those look great. Love the colors. Here is a picture taken a few days ago of my fluff doing it's thing.


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Bill the thought that you'd "enhance" a pic never entered my mind! I was hoping that my Emerson's Pink Nova would get a distinct star in the center but it never did. It was always fairly cool when it had bloomed. I wonder if it would have looked different this season with the heat we've had? Unfortunately that one didn't survive my bare root storage experiment last winter.


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Karyn- It just has such a bright fuchsia color that it can look phoney.


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Wow, tdogdad you had beautiful plumerias.. wow... the colors are bright and pretty.
I am sure the smell are wonderful....


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