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Spring has sprung II

Posted by iris_gal z9 CA (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 14 at 3:56

Chicago Peace --- on my top 10 for beauty. The peachy tones are more prominent - not being picked up.
 photo ChicagoPeaceIMG_0286640wide_zpsc81089c1.jpg

Heirloom --- past 2 years has not had the deep color contrast. Looks wonderful with deep purple salvia.
 photo HeirloomIMG_0211640wide_zps8ed8d9e4.jpg

Heritage --- I'm lukewarm on this rose. Probably because blooms shatter oh so quickly.
 photo HeritagenancIMG_01898shpor88p640wide_zps76ebb6dc.jpg


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Jealous. *le sigh*

Meanwhile, in Virginia...


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Tue, Mar 18, 14 at 13:56

Pretty blooms! Irisgal, are you sure that's HEIRLOOM? I've never seen one that pale lavender before. Is it a sport?


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Avia, what a cute picture with the shape of the melting snow and that bright yellow daff. popping thru.

No Beth, I'm not sure. Here's the flower when I bought it.
Could it be 'Paradise'? I'll root around to see if the tag is there.


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I was actually thinking the same thing regarding the Heirloom. The next image does look more like Paradise.

Lynn


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The last picture sure looks like Paradise. Love the colors!!

I agree with you about Chicago Peace - I don't keep roses around without scent - but the scentless Chicago Peace is one I'll always have - the flowers are just THAT beautiful!!! Your picture is just lovely!!
Carol


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Such a vision--of spring-to-come (I can hope). That Chicago Peace is wonderful!

Haven't even arrived at the daffodil stage yet. Charming winter daffodil pic, Avia.

Kate


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OK. Must be 'Paradise'. I get the two mixed up and cannot locate a tag. Thank you for straightening me out. And thank you for the nice comments.

The yellow daffodil looks great after 'Heritage' so I am going to relocate some. The common pale, multi-bloom one does nothing for it. Out!


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Hmmm. The first picture of the mystery purple looks like Stainless Steel. The second, Paradise. LoL. Can you get a shot of the leaves Iris_gal? It'll be much easier to identify with a shot of the leaves. :)


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Avia Star, Iooking at your Daffy made me smile. I just planted one yesterday, and it brings a lot of springtime joy! haha Along with the primrose and pansys.

Iris Gal, I'm smitten with your Chicago Peace photo. I have one on top of my washing machine ready to be planted this spring! Tra...la...la...la. Life is good!!

Thanks for sharing. :o)


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Fri, Mar 21, 14 at 18:35

Lovely, Iris!

Avia, I'd be thrilled if I had a daff open here. Mine are just starting to poke up out of the ground.


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