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Here are the pictures I promised

Category: Logan is very sick | Posted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 5:05 am

Plumeria in bloom



My elephant planter holding a pot with amaryllis bulb
in it.



Crepe Myrtle




The headboard
I worked on this yesterday I still have to put a border around the bed of Tulip bulbs






My white Lantana



This is my Confederate Rose blooms .I do love this one.



My Passion Flower in bloom



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cajunbelle wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 5:53 am:


Everything looks good Glenda. My crepemyrtles quit blooming already, and the caterpillars eat my poor passionvine down as soon as it gets leaves. I think I had 3 flowers on it this year.




 

glendann wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:00 am:


Thank you cajunbelle.I still have so much to get done but I'm working on it.
I have a red passion vine that never bloomed.I didn't see any catipillars on mine but found one eating into the buds on the confederate rose nedless to say he wont eat anything else.




 

dooley wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:07 am:


Is that a fountain by the bed frame? I like it. I also like the blocks around the lantana. Looking good, I think. Dooley




 

cajunbelle wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:08 am:


I let these caterpillars eat away bc they turn into the Gulf Frittalary butterfly. (sp) I have a pretty red lantana called Dallas Red, it is still blooming.




 

glendann wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:14 am:


Dooley that is a water fountain and those are tiles around the lantana.Thank you Dooley.
Cajunbelle I like butterfies and I love the vine flower .Its a toss up there.I wish you would seed me some of those red lantana seeds when you seend the other seed .I'll send to some of my lilac lantanas if you don't have any.My white ones are puny and i ran over my gold one with the lawn mower but its growing back from the roots.




 

dooley wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:37 am:


I wish I could grow lantana here. I grew some down the hill before we moved here. But, it's too cold here. It dies in the winter. I couldn't even buy it up here. Maybe I could grow some in a pot and bring it inside. No, no place to put it. Oh, well! I will look at yours. Dooley




 

heathermt75 wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:56 am:


You yard looks so good! My poor yard is really feeling neglected lately from me being sick. But it is supposed to be getting down to around 20 degrees this coming week, so I am just going to cover the poor roses up and get them ready for their winter naps!




 

reggaefan wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 10:35 am:


vernice pics glendann I especially like the confederate rose




 

Gardenstew wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 12:23 pm:


Everythings looking spiffing Glenda. I like your elephant planter :)




pondlady wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:23 pm:


Love the plumeria. Doesn't it smell divine? I have been afraid to try them here. I thought they needed never to be below 55 degrees or they would croak.




 

muddybob wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 2:21 pm:


Well, it is a good thing I don't live near you or I would be tempted to steal. You see, I collect elephants and I really like yours.
Everything else is very nice also.

muddy




 

glendann wrote on Mon Oct 16, 2006 4:14 pm:


Thanks to all of you.
Dooley ,I ran over my yellow
one with the mower by accident and its coming back.
They are really tough plants.
Pondlady they do smell very good I will bring them in later.I only have one thats blooming the other two just hasn't tried to bloom at all.I have 2 that are in Redwood pots the one thats blooming and another and one is in the ground.I didn't know they get as big as they are.
Muddy a friend of mine found the elephant in a yard sale and bought it for me for $2.00.I do like him lots .




 

jubabe296 wrote on Fri Oct 20, 2006 4:23 am:


Glendann your plants are so beautiful!! My plants are not looking near as good as yours right now!! I kinda lost interest for a little while in everything but I think I'm getting back on track now!! I love your plumeria!! I'm sorry you ran over your lantana!! I hope it gets along ok!!




 

glendann wrote on Fri Oct 20, 2006 4:50 am:


Thank You jubabe glad you joined us.I love your plants .I haven't got to come see you in a while but I have a surprise for you so maybe I can get there soon .LOl sounds like we live miles from each other instead of a fourth of a mile .





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