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April Yellows (or blends)

Posted by kathy9norcal CA 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 13:51

Oddly enough, yellow has become my favorite color this year. Here are the yellows I have and really enjoy. Many are bi-colors, which I prefer. The only missing yellow, maybe the best, is Eureka. It is slow to start.


Palmetto Sunrise--a mini that has lots of color changes as it ages and as the weather changes.


Bronze Kordana--why you should try those supermarket minis!


Hot Tamale--has been moved to a sunnier location this year.


Julia Child--a very new standard


Jean Giono--again. I never get tired of Jean.


Graham Thomas is just starting. It is a huge climber that I will post when in full bloom.


Honey Dijon--a stretch to call it yellow? Really, peanut butter.


Joshua Bradley--the prettiest, long lasting blooms on the ugliest bush ever. Just a small collection of scraggly canes.


Hot Romance--always perfect blooms. A very vigorous bush.

Thanks for looking!


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RE: April Yellows (or blends)

  • Posted by jim1961 5/6 Central Pa (My Page) on
    Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 17:40

Those are some really nice yellows Kathy! :)


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Nice and sunny, for our rainy morn.
Lovely photos


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Wow, they are all beautiful! I think Jean Giono and Joshua Bradley are my favorites, I love those saturated yellows.


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Honey Dijon melts my heart.


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Yellow--especially yellow blends--are my favorites also. Yours are lovely. I really like Jean Giorno--those golden shades just get me!

Kate


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 26, 13 at 18:31

Like rays of sunshine!


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