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    Gayle
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    I’m hoping the site will let me post pictures today.  I was trying to post some last night & everytime I hit submit, the post never showed up.  I haven’t been back to that thread to see if maybe it showed up later multiple times.

     

    Anyway I would imagine not many  Ps & Qs, especially the latter so I am putting these 2 letters in one thread.

     

    Let me see if I can find any.  (And hope they post)

    OK, I have Poppies so I’ll start with those.

     


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    I don’t have very many of either.

     

    Phlox

     

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    Phlox Drummondi

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    Peonies

     

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    Plectranthus

     

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    Persian Shield in top container and Polka Dot plant in the next container

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    Sweet Potato Vine

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    Painters Pallet

     

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    Pawlonia Tree

     

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    Profusion Zinnias

     

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    Petunias

     

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    I will post more later.  Charlene

     


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    Stelios
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    Peony….

     


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    mmarnee
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    I didn’t think I had any flowers or plants for this thread and then I remembered the birds planted this Plum Poppy in my side yard.

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    steve232__nc
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    Phlox

     

     

    Peony

     

     

    Petunia

     



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    luvmyb_b
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    Petunias

    Pinks

    Porcupine grass

    Poppy from Eva

    Peonies

     

    I guess this is about it for me.  I will be watching to see if anyone comes up with any ‘Q’ pictures.  The only thing that comes to mind right now is quinoa and I don’t grow that.

     

    Found a couple of other pics to share here.  The first is the parsley that I grow for the black swallowtail caterpillars.  The other is a praying mantis that was resting by the side of the pool a couple of years ago.

     

     


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    margba
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    Beautiful flowers & plants, everyone!  So glad I visited here today!  I have been losing posts lately too & cant make type or pics bigger w/ my puter here!


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    I did find a couple more “P”s.

     

    Persicaria from Molly

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    Parsley grown in containers last year

     

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    Gayle
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    Ok, I have to keep my P’s & Pinks straight.  LOL

     

    I’m going to cheat.  This is my Pathway that I redid a couple of years ago.  It was all grass & I got tired of cutting it.

    Pink Mulhy

    Petunias & Persian Shield

    Prickly Pear Cactus Bloom

     


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    Gitti Z5
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    Plox

    Poppys

    Profusion Zinnias

    Peonies



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    labrat_
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    So many Pretty Pictures!  Here’s another Prickly Pear Cactus -

    This cactus garden borders one of the driveways, along the side of the house. Very sunny there, while the other side of the driveway is shaded, perfect for hydrangeas.

     


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    Gitti…since we can not do PMs, I will post this here and hope that you see it:

     

    You asked the other day On Steve’s daily pic thread about your phlox not getting big and doing well.  I think by your pic, they look like they are by the foundation of your house….it might be a lack of air circulation (that causes mold or mildew) and they do have a tendency to get over crowded and do not do as well.  Yours look great to me, but I understand that you want them to do better.  Charlene


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    steve232__nc
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    Ok I done it !!! I found a q flower.

     

    Flowering Quince

     



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    Gayle
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    Yaayyy Steve.  That might be the only one.


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