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chico2 June 11th, 2010 05:03 PM

A hodge podge of flowers..
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Took these today,things are just growing like crazy..
Here's my favorite Rose,I stood there and just looked at it,I think it is a picture of absolute beauty.
Then a couple of my clematises in full bloom.

chico2 June 11th, 2010 05:06 PM

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Some more stuff,the Yellow Rose is very pretty too and my backyard little garden is in bad need of trimming,OMG it's growing like crazy:yell:
+one of my pots,store-bought flowers though(Costco).

chico2 June 11th, 2010 05:08 PM

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A few more pots,I think I got too many this year,but they are pretty..

chico2 June 11th, 2010 05:09 PM

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A couple more,but that's it,I promise:D
Did I tell you I love summer,well,I really do:cloud9:

Goldfields June 11th, 2010 08:50 PM

All I can say is WOW!! Do you know the name of that pink rose, Chico? It's a beauty alright. I think your Summer must be like our Spring, and our Summer is a bit like Hell. LOL. How hot does it get there? I bought another couple of roses yesterday, the superb Soaring Spirits


and a red one, Loving Memory.


Figured the latter especially was a good one for my dog cemetry.
Yours clematis is superb, it inspires me to at least try growing one, even while I doubt I could. Potted colour is great too, well done. Looks like you are better at growing gerberas than I am.

luckypenny June 11th, 2010 09:28 PM

What lovely flowers, Chico :lovestruck:...the Gerberas are my all-time favorite though :cloud9:.

Do Clematis smell as good as I've read? I transplanted Sandman's into a larger pot last week so we're still waiting for it to grow some and sprout some blooms. I'm really curious about their scent.

hazelrunpack June 11th, 2010 10:29 PM

Your roses are exquisite, chico! Love the begonia planters, too! So colorful! :D

Your garden doesn't look like it's in need of anything, chico! It's beautiful :cloud9:

chico2 June 12th, 2010 08:39 AM

Goldfields,I am sorry,I have no idea what the name is,just know that I loved it.
If I ever buy another Rose,I'll make a point of remembering the name.
Your new ones are beautiful,I have never seen one like the first one,but it's a wonderful way to honor the victims of 9/11.

I had no hand in growing the annuals,I bought them,and simply transferred them to my pots.
I take it the Gerberas are the Daisy-like flowers:confused:

Hazel,I love the Begonias,never used to but they are great for planters.

LP,I have 3 Clematises growing on the fence,but I don't think they smell.there is also a climbing Rose,with a strong smell,maybe it overpowers the Clematis:confused:

quincymycat June 12th, 2010 08:44 AM

Oh Chico....I am so jealous!!! :D I cannot grow anything nor can keep even mature plants alive. Your backyard looks like an oasis!!!

Dee-O-Gee June 12th, 2010 10:58 AM

OH Chico2--your roses are stunning. Mine have neared the end of their first flush and have already pruned off spent flowers. :(

I like the last flower pot picture detailing the thermometer's reading! :thumbs up

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