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Flowers: Whatcha think?

Posted by tn_veggie_gardner 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 16, 10 at 0:59

After many seed swaps, this is what i've decided to grow this year. My final list of flowers for 2010. Let me know what y'all think. BTW, this is the first part of my Spring MTPS trade list. =)

Short Blue Balloon Flower
Dwarf Cornflower - mixed colors
Blanketflower Arizona
Blackberry Lily
White Datura
Red Texas Star Hibiscus
Black Eyed Susans
Pink Cornflower

- Steve

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RE: Flowers: Whatcha think?

Here's my quick blog post I made about the flowers. I hope mine turn out to look half as good even as these! =) Beautiful...

On another note, I got some good news today. I think my daughter's dance recital will be Saturday night on swap day, so I should be able to make it! Yay!!!

Flowers & Herbs

- Steve

RE: Flowers: Whatcha think?

Steve--I am interested in the Red Star Hibiscus. I have so much started from seed flowers and veges. Know I will have rooted shrubs also. What do think you might would like? I know you love peppers, here are the ones I have started: Cayenne, NuMex Sunrise Chile, Jimmy Nardello, Ancho San Martin, Serrano, Green Bell, Anaheim and Jalapeno.


RE: Flowers: Whatcha think?

Wanda: It's yours. =) Not sure if I need anymore peppers (growing 11 kinds this year), but we can figure something out.

- Steve

RE: Flowers: Whatcha think?

Great news...after only like 3 days, I have about 15 or so sseeds already germinating! The suprising ones already popped up are some of my cacti. They can take up to 2 months to germinate sometimes. =) I guess i'm doing this flower thing right, so

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