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And still some more blooms in Sept....

Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 8, 13 at 22:56

Here's the rest of them from this week...

MISS ELVIS
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MARLON'S DAY
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LORISE - I'm still waiting for that darker edge on this one.
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LADY LIKE
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INK SPOTS
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HELEN NAUDE
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GOOD MORNING
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GENTLE GIANT
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and with a garden friend hiding underneath...
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FUSHIMI
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ENGLISH PERFUME
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DORCAS
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RE: And still some more blooms in Sept....

  • Posted by lw80 none (My Page) on
    Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 4:56

Just beatiful, i wish mine were blossoming like this.­


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Fantastic Beth! Ink Spots is sure dark...


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Love that preying mantis. Don't think we get them here. At least I've never seen one. Such beautiful insects.

Lorise and Helen Naude sure look similar. Both are very beautiful.

I really like the two above and Ink Spots. My mom and I used to listen to the Ink Spots record that she had.

Carol


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I love the colors in GOOD MORNING!


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Glad to hear that the praying mantis is a garden friend. We haven't seen them, this far north.

Love the edging on English perfume and Marlon's day.
Lovely photos, as always.


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Wed, Sep 11, 13 at 2:06

Thanks everybody. Yeah I was kinda shocked to see that preying mantis. I used to get lots of them down the hill in the mobile home park we lived in. We're quite a bit higher elevation here, and they're pretty rare here. The only time I ever saw any here in the past, was when I bought an egg sac and released them. She disappeared the next day. No idea where she could be.


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