Gardening Pictures Past & Present… Wednesday 6/11/14

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    steve232__nc
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    Welcome to our Wednesday picture thread. We invite everyone to post the picture or pictures of their choice.

    This site is really struggling right now and it won’t allow me to post a picture so hopefully later it will start working better and all of you will be able to post pictures. Not sure if its this site or our weather here and my satellite signal.


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    Steve….so sorry that you were having computer issues and site problems last night.  I think I may be able to post a pic to start this off ……site seems to be working fine this morning.

    Spiderwort is blooming…..I will soon have a couple new varieties of Spiderwort to share….Snowwolf sent me a couple this Spring.  These are just 2 that I have had for a number of years.



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    Grandmaof2
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    Charlene, I like that pink. I have plenty of the purple. It is coming up all over and I really need to dig a lot of it before it takes over. It is pretty, but can be a bit invasive here.

    Steve, I’m glad you put this in the Chat instead of the Pics because I forget to go to the pics to look. Just too much jumping around and I don’t have a lot of time here.

    I may see if I have any old pics to post during my lunch break. Haven’t taken new ones, except of my Augustus flower.


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    narnian
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    These are from last year, but they reseeded and I will have some more later!

    I think these are Shirley poppies, I planted several varieties…


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    Stelios
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    Charlene, you just answered a question I was going to ask in a post….Spiderwort.  My neighbor gave me one, and I love it.  This is such a nice healthy plant.

    Linda, those are pretty poppies.  I’m partial to the hot pink and white one.

    I cut down the mature virburnum.  Now all it has are the new growths.  I did manage to transplant a root from it.  Here is the offspring….

    Spiderwort in progress…

    Pink wegielia….

    Iris….



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    Raising_4_Birders
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    Charlene-Got my spiderwort planted in several different spots, plus shared 3 pink and 6 purple with my mom.

    Linda-That pink and white poppy sure is cool!

    My poppy is very yellow and this flower stem grew up thru the hosta leaves.

     


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    Raising_4_Birders
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    Stella-you posted just before me!  Your wegielia looks so pretty behind the waterfall!


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    anky37
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    Here is a weed that started to grow & since I wasn’t sure, at the time, if it was a weed or flower, I left it go. It’s about 5ft 4in tall. I have no idea what it is.

    ok well i just can’t seem to get the size right, but you get the idea.

    This is a pink painted daisy. It’s the only one I have, the rabbit ate the rest

    What do you all set the dimensions at?? This is frustrating!!–Lupines. I lost most of them from last year

    SIL said this was a tick seed. It looks like coreopsis. Anyone??

    I quit. too frustrating!


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    anky37
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    Ok well they look better now that they are posted. What sizing do you all do??

     


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    Lair
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    Taken last week.



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    ili Z.9
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    Having a hard time posting, Steve, sorry you are having bad weather…Beautiful Poppies, Iris etc…Anky, your mystery plant could be a wild Baby’s Breath ?? and Coreopsis and Teekseeds are the same…The pale pink is from a Bougainvilla

     



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    Ga Girls Flowers
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    Sue don’t size it at all…I am told the system does it for you since the big change over for the board. And it does look way to big before you post or it does on mine….All the flowers are beautiful.

    one of my lilies in May,

    Red Honeysuckle in Spring

    Golden Jasmine, a little different from Carolina Jasmine.

    Hope everyone has a great day and keep posting…we all love to look at flowers…thanks


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    margba
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    Good morning!  Love seeing everyone’s pics again here today!  Some great looling flowers!  Steve, I was having lots of trouble on this site yesterday, too!  Glad to know I wasnt the only one!  I did email Jill about it.  Seems ok so far today!


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    Gayle
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    Sue, Janet is right.  No need to re-size pictures on the new format.  It does it automatically.  Only thing it won’t do is make a small photo larger & won’t let you do it either.

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