Perennials

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Dor

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Here's a few of my blooms. They suffered during the summer because of the drought her. Everything is perking up now.

Russian red canna, Cleopatra cannas, bog lily, night blooming cerus getting ready to bloom, coral honeysuckle
 

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Dor

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Thanks you both. Everything is looking so pretty and healthy. My hard work is paying off.
Here's a few more. white bleeding heart vine(from my neighbor), Turks's cap(from Weeze), Peach climbing rose, African mask EE, White wedding zinnas(from Dizzy)
 

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Dor

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The last ones.

Donkey ears (from Dale, Wyoming canna and Ecuador brug, Devil's backbone, Plumeria (from a garden friend Teresa), unknown (my son planted it, does any one know what they are?
 

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Dor

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Yes they are Karen. Thank you. I googled them. My son got these out of someone's trash at the curve. One person's junk is another's treasure. I paln to buy some more of them. It rained yesterday and they all opened up.
 

Dor

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Yes it is perennials Blue. It was so big it almost covered my porch. I had it cut back Saturday.
 

Dor

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Thanks Lisa. I am just hooked on my plants. I got a lot at the plant swap on last Saturday.
 

Dor

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Night blooming cereus

I have wanted this plant for a long time and now I have 4 of them. This is my first bloom ever. I went out tonight at ten and I had this wonderful bloom. It smells heavenly. I have four more buds. I can wait until they open. The third one is dark but it is a bud. It should open in about 5 days the last one should open in 2-3 days.
 

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Dor

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Thank you Dawn. I can't wait to get multiple blooms on it. I am rooting some leaves that broken off form one of my new ones. If you want one let me know and I will get it to you when one roots. They like shade so you can keep it inside in the winter.
 

Dor

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Thank you Bluewolf. I got the bog lily at a plant sale last year for $1.25 for a gallon. I have another one that is not doing as well. I need to move it. A lady was selling all her plants. It bloomed three times this year. The first blooms were a light yellow, now they are white.
 

mtblubird

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Wonderful job, those are beautiful plants and blooms in spite of the drought there! No drought here in Central Il., I think too much rain and not enough sun! But then, I AM from Colorado;)
Love ya gal!
 


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