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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby karen03 » Mar 22, 2012 5:10 pm

Hello everyone.. Lovely P's!

Here are my peonies. NOID, if anyone can help me with the names, I'm truly grateful.
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Northpine » Mar 22, 2012 5:21 pm

I really like the Pulmonaria family.They seem to be trouble free for me. I now have several different ones. I don't know which one this is though.

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Pasque Flower

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Pulmonaria

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Pink Embarrassment Lily
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Puff10 » Mar 22, 2012 6:00 pm

p's
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Eeyore » Mar 22, 2012 9:32 pm

P, P, P, I gotta (few) P.....'s

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Portulaca


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Polish Spirit


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Painted Daisy
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Big Smile » Mar 22, 2012 9:33 pm

Lots of nice Ps folks.

I have so many Ps its hard to choose which ones to post.
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"Pokeweed" I love this plant with its varigated foliage
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Pasque flower, these bloom for a long time and then have pretty seed heads
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby kelly_m » Mar 22, 2012 10:06 pm

Pretty pretty P's!!!!

Lyn...what maintenance do you do with your Polish Spirit??? Yours is way more prolific than mine!!!
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Clyde212 » Mar 22, 2012 10:15 pm

For the fine letter "P" I have chosen 2 Amaryllis as I omitted to take any pictures of my garden. :roll:

The first is Picotee and the other is Popov

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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Katherine » Mar 22, 2012 10:35 pm

Boy all those Ps are delicious. Every is doing SUCH a fine job....and sooo


I went looking for my Pinkie Winkie
(It was new to me this year)
Its kind of cute though its not stinky
Thinking I could post it here.

With Peonies Im batting better
Except i cannot find the letter
So Im afraid my latest posting
Is going to get me such a roasting

Searching all around my home
Even down on hands and knees
That when it comes to flowers of P's
Im only coughing up this pome.

Kat (until I can find the right directory...dammit)
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby kelly_m » Mar 22, 2012 10:50 pm

HAHA!! Your pome is as beautiful as any P flower!!!!

Khoping you find your Ps soon
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Re: ALPHABET SOUP - P

Postby Eeyore » Mar 22, 2012 11:18 pm

kelly_m wrote:Lyn...what maintenance do you do with your Polish Spirit??? Yours is way more prolific than mine!!!



Maintenance????? :shock:
That was only it's second year and it's the only large flowered clemmie I have that did well. I think it must prefer cooler temps because last summer was pretty darned sh.... errrr carrpy! All my clemmies except for Golden Tiara and Willie die back pretty much to the ground each winter and are heavily pruned either to the ground or just above the second sets of buds each spring.

Golden Tiara was cut to the ground last fall but I don't think it will do it any harm.
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