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What is blooming for you?

Posted by maemae0312 7 TN Lakeland/Memphi (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 27, 09 at 20:23

I thought while I was playing with my photos I would share what is blooming for me.


plumeria
4 oclocks broken colors
yellow shrimp plant
cleome


abutilion
balsam
Day lily sunday gloves
deep pink plumie
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malva mystic merlin


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RE: What is blooming for you?

Pretty! My favorite is the first one!


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RE: What is blooming for you?

Very pretty! I don't have any pics, but some perennials are blooming. My annuals- marigolds(all yellow), nastridiums, zinnias, and impatiens are definitely in full bloom. My hosta has a beautiful purple flower, even though I planted it for the site and foilage. This year it came up 10x the size it was last year, beautiful.


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RE: What is blooming for you?

Echinacea tennesseensis
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Sunflower
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Orange Daylily
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Callas
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Assorted hosta, arisaema, arum and amorphophallus
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RE: What is blooming for you?

Connie that first one is a plumeria I love tropicals. Novice yours sounds wonderful, I love hosta and have several kinds in my front bed although I don't know what kind all of them are. Jim, yours are very pretty, I love the Echinacea tennesseensis, I got some seeds from you but mine didn't do very well, maybe I need to try again.

Mary


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RE: What is blooming for you?

I saw the name plumeria when I clicked on the picture, but I sure didn't recognize it! Is plumeria one of those that smells really nice?

Maybe I will take some pictures of what is blooming at our place. A lot of the plants I got in the swap are coming along nicely! I also have some White Swan coneflowers that are really amazing right now.


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