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Maggie

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Here are some of my fall flowers.
Coneflower
Mexican Petunia
3 & 4 Angel Trumpets
 

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Maggie

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Asters and Mums.
 

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Maggie

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Butterflies and Mums. I hope you enjoy these. I'll post some more later.
 

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Kya D

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Beautiful!!!!
Ms. Maggie if you ever split your mums I would love to trade some lavender mums for some of your wonderful mums.
 

Maggie

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Mums and a very pretty butterfly.
 

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Maggie

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More mums.
 

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Maggie

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And more mums.
 

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Maggie

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These are the last pics. of my mums this year. I was trying to wait until they all opened but we have had freezing weather the last 2 nights and they are looking kinda sad. There are still a lot of buds but they have froze. I wish they would start blooming early say around the end of sept. then maybe they would all bloom.
 

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Maggie

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More of my mums.
 

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Maggie

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Kya D, I'll send you some mums in the spring, but I won't remember the colors of the daisy mums. I can remember where the purple, red and rust colors are (I think). All of the daisy mums started from a shell pink and when I would cut them back in the summer I would stick the cuttings in the ground. Some lived and some didn't but the ones that did just keep on spreading. If I can I want to move them to the back of the house in the spring.
Remind me in the spring and I'll send some to you.
 

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Maggie

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Thanks all, You wouldn't believe the fragrance from them.
The minute you step out of the car its there. A real estate lady from another town was in my area looking at some property and stopped by today and ask if she could have some cuttings. I told her to take all she wanted but it would be better if she pulled them up. We pulled a big bag full of them. The mailman and neighbors have stopped when they see me or Buford in the yard and compliment us on them and say how wonderful they smell. I hope to be able to move them to the back yard in the spring.
 

Maggie

New Member
Thanks Crabbergirl. They aren't hard to take care of. I fertilize a couple time a year and water occasionally and sometimes pull a few weeds. They mostly take care of themselves because I can't do that much anymore. I thinking about getting some weeder geese in the spring.
 

Kya D

Active Member
Maggie what are weeder geese and how do they tell the plants you want from the weeds you don't
Just wonderin
 


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