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'D' Photos

Posted by luvtosharedivs 5a WI (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 5, 07 at 16:52

Daylily

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Let's see your "D" photos, people!

Julie


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Delphinium

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Such a pretty color, daddylonglegs!
Do you stake yours?
My two got blown down, even in a protected area behind the garage, by a strong windstorm, even tied to stakes. So I cut them back to strong new growth. I've heard they will put out a second bloom if they're cut back. Is that true?

Julie


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Daylily Woodburn. Registered 1973

I'll have to use the clickable thumbnail. For some reason I can't get the full size to post.





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Janet,
What a lovely pair of DLs!
And I love the blue Russian Sage background!

Thanks for sharing,

Julie


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Julie, this is my first year with Delphiniums, so I don't know what they need or what they can do. So far the rabbits haven't eaten them so I'm happy. They ate my foxglove, so I may not have something for your "F" post:)


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Dahlia, 'Nonette' being slowly eaten by a little green worm.
Do you see it?
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Do any of you have flowers being eaten by bugs because of all this rain we've had?

Julie


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Even with the bugs eating it, it's still a beautiful dahlia! No bugs, but the rabbits are eating everything now that all the Liquid Fence is washed off.
Jen


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