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Posts Tagged "flowers" By Donto101 (310) Posts by members only

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1 hour ago1h

Posted by bigpawbullets
Out at the shed fetching a wheelbarrow. Linda & I both enjoy seeing the wildflowers (NOT WEEDS) mixed in with our groundcover and strawberries. The bees appreciate the flowers, and we'll pull the wild stuff up after it seeds. Also: appears that ...
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1 week ago1w

Posted by MsKathleen
Hello gardeners! I know most of you are getting your gardens going. I just shut mine down, after a VERY successful winter growing season in the desert. This year I tried something new, Japanese Eggplant, and it was wildly successful, getting about...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Fernapple
Despite some really heavy frosts this April, the garden is still full of flowers. One frost nearly every night, certainly more than all winter, the winter was actually a very mild one, but it has been the coldest April for forty years. With: Honesty,...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by Triphid
Decided to plant these yesterday afternoon, a native Australian plant known as Sturt's Desert Peas. Once you get them growing they are prolific flowering plants that can spread out across the ground for about 1 metre in diameter for each plant BUT ...
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2 weeks ago2w

Posted by RussRAB
Spring is a beautiful time here in North Texas. Yesterday, I drove up to Wichita Falls and the sides of the highway were just covered with wildflowers of all kinds. I stopped a time or two to take some pictures and was amazed at the variety. The ...
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by RussRAB
This is the Orchid Rock Rose. It was posted last year in response to a Rock Rose I have that is a Texas native. I thought these were gorgeous and found a site on-line that sold them. I particularly liked this variety with the spots at the base of the...
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3 weeks ago3w

Posted by RussRAB
With the deep freeze a couple months ago, I wasn't certain what may or may not have survived. This week, I had the pleasant surprise of discovering the Passion Flower vines @Glenlab shared with me last year both made it. I had hoped the one would ...
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4 weeks ago4w

Posted by Fernapple
The wild Blackthorn, Prunus spinosa, is in flower in all our hedgerows at this time. I think that it is as good as any garden shrub, and you get the sloe berries too in early winter. There is a legend that its flowering always comes at the time of ...
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1 month ago1m

Posted by Jolanta
How to keep flowers fresh.
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Mar 7Mar 7

Posted by RussRAB
I spent some time in my yard today and confirmed something I thought I noticed earlier - several of my bushes really suffered from our recent Arctic storm. Three Chinese Fringe Flower don't have a green (or red) leaf anywhere on the bushes - only ...
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Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by Lauren
I'm a casual gardener: I mostly plant what I like when I have the chance to take care of it. It looks as though a lot of my stuff will end up dead from our freeze in February, which has had me kind of down. However, I just got what is great news ...
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Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by JackPedigo
This is a honey bee. The pollen on her legs is from dandelions. Her tongue is sticking out due to what killed her that was on the dandelions. It’s spring, dandelions are the bees first food. This bee is dead from weed killer spread on what we see...
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Feb 8Feb 8

Posted by Fernapple
Winter flowers in the snow. Witch Hazel. 1,2 In my garden. Winter aconite, 3,4, in the local church yard and 5 in my garden. And snowdrops for a very monochrome study.
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Jan 15Jan 15

Posted by Jolanta
On my morning walk I came across these gorgeous flowers.
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Dec 27, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by FrayedBear
A sudden blow?
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Dec 17, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by Jolanta
Gorgeous flower on one of my morning walks.
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Dec 9, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by RussRAB
A December Nasturtium blossom. I had thought lucky to have a Nasturtium bloom last November, but this morning, I discovered a second plant was able to bloom. I see a second bud on this plant too. Temperatures have been harsh enough since the last ...
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Nov 7, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by MikeInBatonRouge
A few pics from my November (7th) garden. I love this time of year in the Deep South. The flowers can bloom bigger in the cooler temps. Three roses: Winter Sun, Dick Clark (bicolor), Belinda's Dream. Also an orange dalia seedling, a spray of ...
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Oct 31, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Besalbub
My orange tree lost some fruit during the blow yesterday , I don't know if they will ever ripen . I can see some new green fruit there too . A hummingbird moth feeding on my ginger Lilly's . The second photo you can see the feeding tube entering the ...
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Oct 25, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Fernapple
My passion in the garden is for ferns, or pteridophytes. Which for those who don't know them, are an old group of early land plants, which do not flower or set seed but reproduce by sporing. However despite the lack of flowers, the range of foliage ...
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Oct 4, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by bigpawbullets
Last (maybe) "rescue" plant saved from the Lowes dumpster line. Weigela. Has dark red foliage and produces tiny "Trumpet Vine" like flowers. Hummingbird & butterfly attractor. Planted two hours before squall line arrived dumping .22 inches of ...
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Sep 25, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by RussRAB
Cow Pen Daisy. I collected seeds for this plant from one I came across in a field near my home. The flowers were so bright and golden I wanted to grow them. It was during a time I was particularly interested in native plants. These flowers are not ...
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Sep 10, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Fernapple
I just posted this from a local village, Caistor, in the photography group, but thought that you would like to see it too. Every year the council organizes a village flower planting festival, to decorate it.
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Sep 7, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by RussRAB
A couple recent projects around my yard: I finally decided to do something with a small space between my front porch and the walkway. I had success with Marigolds in the past in an area with a southern exposure against the house, so I planted ...
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Sep 3, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Jetty
Never thought of using Japanese anemones as cut flowers before. They've been lasting in my vase for three days so far and no sign of wilting. 🙂
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Posted by bigpawbulletsOut at the shed fetching a wheelbarrow.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay eight. "No, I didn't bring you a worm." First time I've seen one open his/her eyes. Mom & Dad continue to bring tasty stuff to them.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay 7. Nest is getting a bit crowded. Temps are rising and sunny wx. Ground is turned over in garden beds close by her nest so worm hunting is optimal.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by FernappleI posted this in the nature group, but since they are all in the garden, I though you would like to see them too.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay six. I'm inspired to nap on my hammock.

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay five. Starting to look like real birds!

Posted by FernappleIn the next village, the houses have a stream running past their front door, so not much front garden.

Posted by FernappleIn the next village, the houses have a stream running past their front door, so not much front garden.

Posted by bigpawbulletsSo: Question for the gardners/naturalists here: Is this typical sparrow behavior?

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay 4: Filling up the nest. Taking naps between feedings. Everyone is looking pretty healthy. Any name suggestions?

Posted by bigpawbulletsWhat a Mother's day for our Robin! Spring thunderstorms!

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay three: Thunderstorms moving through the Miami Valley! Mom robin feeding the kids and hunkering down to protect them. Still growing exponentially!

Posted by bigpawbulletsDay three: Thunderstorms moving through the Miami Valley! Mom robin feeding the kids and hunkering down to protect them. Still growing exponentially!

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