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Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby Big Smile » Oct 03, 2012 5:56 pm

Still lots of color in the Garden
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Delf.JPG
One lonely Delf.
Willow Leaf Sunflower.JPG
Willow leaf Sunflower is a tall plant but the branches are bent over and flowers are beautiful
Passion.JPG
Passion Vine still blooming
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Late Physostegia , this veriety does not spread as fast as the common one
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby kelly_m » Oct 04, 2012 8:58 am

Nice!!!!!

I want that Obedient Plant...nicer colour and sounds like it is much more Obedient than the one I have!!!!
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby Big Smile » Oct 04, 2012 11:44 am

kelly_m wrote:Nice!!!!!

I want that Obedient Plant...nicer colour and sounds like it is much more Obedient than the one I have!!!!


I like the color too and the fact that it blooms later is a plus.
Kelly do ever come down my way ? I will gladly give you a piece.

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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby A Closet Canuck » Oct 12, 2012 12:21 pm

Your physostegia looks nice!

I have 'Miss Manners' which is supposed to not be a spreader but don't know if that is true since it is getting too much shade to do much of anything. LOL

I suspect there is a move in its future!!
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby kelly_m » Oct 19, 2012 9:44 am

Hi Clara...just saw this now! LOL I think your area is one of the areas I DON'T travel much too!

But I could make a point next year......

Thanks for the offer!

K
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby Big Smile » Oct 19, 2012 10:01 am

kelly_m wrote:Hi Clara...just saw this now! LOL I think your area is one of the areas I DON'T travel much too!

But I could make a point next year......

Thanks for the offer!

K


Back in spring I thought you posted about going to the Elmira Maple Syrub Festival ,, maybe it was someone else? We are 1/2 hr. west of Elmira.
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby kelly_m » Oct 21, 2012 9:03 am

LOL!!! Close...I posted about the ELMVALE Maple syrup Festival. Though I have friends who went to the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival this year! They Moved to Drayton, so maybe I am in your area sometimes after all!!!!
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby Big Smile » Oct 21, 2012 5:05 pm

kelly_m wrote:LOL!!! Close...I posted about the ELMVALE Maple syrup Festival. Though I have friends who went to the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival this year! They Moved to Drayton, so maybe I am in your area sometimes after all!!!!


LOL, yes you are getting in the right area after all. Drayton is about 20 minutes from here. So, are you close to ELMVALE???
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Re: Some late bloomers in the garden

Postby kelly_m » Oct 22, 2012 12:30 am

Very! 7 minutes away! LOL

Older kids are in High school there, and all of them skate and play hockey....Oh an I work in Elmvale!!
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