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Old 09-16-2009, 01:47 PM
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What is blooming in your fall gardens?


I hope that all of you will join in on this thread and show us what you have growing and blooming in your flower beds, gardens, greenhouses and homes.

As another year comes to a close and we are all getting ready to put our plants once again to rest it is nice to show off all of our hard work, worries and patience that we have lavished on seedlings, fussy plants, and vegetable beds.


Here are some of my flowers and plants that I want to show all of you that are blooming right now.

Marigolds;






1st Rose of Sharon bloom. I grew these from seed this year! I planted the seeds in March no less. I was really excited.



Gazania. I know it was on its way out but I loved the contrast in the bloom.


Morning Glories.


Blue Pea vine.


Moonvine Bud.


Here are a few other things that I thought were interesting even though they are not blooming they are growing and thriving.

Brug from a cutting. Strawberries & Cream.


What I am hoping beyond all hope is a Dutchman's Pipe bud?


My cactus collection a small group of them anyhow.


Some Longan and Lychee seedlings.


A Travellers Palm seedling that I grew myself. I had 3 seeds to work with.


A Aloe species, a cross I am sure. I saved it from certain death last year on clearance. I had a whole little bowl of them and over the course of the year swapping I have found a lot of them homes. This one decided to bless me with a bloom stalk and later I will show off the blooms.
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Old 09-16-2009, 02:57 PM
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No one has anything growing or blooming in their gardens????
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:16 PM
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:34 PM
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MR your brug is getting big! I love your little aloe in bloom,

Dutchman's pipe, its a new vine growing, the flowers will grow off each leaf coming from that new piece of vine.
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:33 PM
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I've been busy keeping up with leaves! and my wee one has had the stomach bug this week.
Last weekend I filled my window boxes with mums and filled all my planters with different colors that blend well together and scream FALL IS HERE!!!
Today I divided some daylilies(tiger lily....I think) that were huge, I must have made 6 groups from each of the big clumps. I only finished two before the rain came.
Oh, and last weekend I planted some bulbs that Kettish sent me
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:43 PM
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Seasoned Warrior: Extremely beautiful pictures and unusual plants. Wish I had one of each. I enjoyed a tour of your web site last night. Lovely flowers! And welcome to P/S.

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Old 09-16-2009, 07:08 PM
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This is what I found growing this morning.
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Old 09-16-2009, 07:32 PM
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smurfy - Thank you for the compliments. But I am so disappointed about the Pipe Vine .

seasonedwarrior - those flowers are amazing thank you for sharing.

sweet things - would love to see some pictures when your little one gets better. Sorry that he is sick.

beavercreek - those Morning glories are beautiful.
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Old 09-16-2009, 07:39 PM
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I found them in my abandoned blackberry patch twineing over everything. God plants a prettier garden accidentally than I can on purpose.

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MR, when that piece vines out, each leaf will have a flower bud sprout from it, and they form fairly fast, buds double in size each week. give it 6-8 weeks you'll have some buds. Maybe even an open flower. Oh the plant stinks to high heavens.
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Old 09-17-2009, 12:25 AM
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Autumn Joy Sedum, Sedum ground covers, Mexican Sunflower, Marigolds, Spireas, some type of yellow daisy that is 6-7 ft tall, butterfly bush, creeping veronica, Veronica, those cream and green leaves ground cover, Coreopsis thats all I can think of right now.
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Old 09-17-2009, 06:52 AM
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wonderful flowers everyone! thanks for posting. I love looking at pictures
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I'm not going to post all of my photos again but if anyone would like to see my flowers, here's the thread.

http://www.plantswap.net/forum/f2/my...-gardens-8095/
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Enjoyed looking at the blooms!

SW, wow! What are the names of your first two pics? Unusual beautiful plants you have!
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all beautiful,

mr your Gazania is soooo pretty and unusual looking
SW could you post names, love 2nd
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