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''N'' Photos

Posted by luvtosharedivs 5a WI (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 6, 07 at 15:34

I have NOTHING spectacutar to post here, people, so maybe some of you can show your beauties?

I do have lots of daylilies, but have been posting them on the daylily forum. Seems to me I read in the instructions that we're to try not to post pics in more than one forum.

Jen, I am growing Hosta, 'Northern Exposure', but it's not worth posting here yet, as it's still very young.

I have a photo of native tiger lilies, but I'm sure you've all seen quite enough of those in our great state!

Soooooo, thought I'd post a photo of one of my newest gardens to fit in with the "n" group.

This photo is nothing to brag about, just a baby garden with baby plants, but the anticipation is there. Hopefully, next year it will fill in. If you look just to the right of the center of the garden, you'll see a tree stump, left when DH sawed down a dead tree last year, giving me the opportunity for yet another new garden.

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Please share some of your "N" photos!

Julie


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RE: ''N'' Photos

I didn't have any pictures from this year. Someone's got to have some Nepeta they can show us!! Or how about some Nigella?

This is my Hosta 'Night Before Christmas'. This is last year's photo. I divided it this spring, so it doesn't look very good.
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Looks good to me!

Julie


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Luvtosharedivs I love your little baby garden. Isn't the anticipation the best part :)


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Yes, Lisa,
I love the anticipation of seeing a fuller garden next year. Usually the third year is the best. Then after that I need to start thinning out before plants start crowding each other out!

Julie


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