The rest of the flowers I had growing in my garden this year

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  1. Tina

    Tina Young Pine

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    I showed off my dahlias, tiger lilies and roses. Now that the season is almost over :-( wanted to share the other flowers I had growing in my garden this year...


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    Bee balm ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    I moved the butterfly bush in spring but it still flowered

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    Crocosmia ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    Fall Anemone blooming profusely this year

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    Fall anemone ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

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    Godetia ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    Morning Glory started blooming only towards the end of summer. I had given up hope that they'd bloom this year.


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    Morning Glory ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

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    Nasturtium ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

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    Phlox ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    LOVE my Turks Cap Lily

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    Turks Cap Lily ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    I want to have a collection of Clematis. I so love the dainty colors. This is the first clematis bloom in my garden :
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    Clematis ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    The same clematis bloomed for a second time towards the end of summer

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    Got this clematis from a garage sale. $2.50 for the plant along with the huge pot it came in. Not bad me thinks :)

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    Garage sale clematis ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    Over priced clematis I ordered from a mail order. I put it in a 12" container in the patio and it bloomed. Not too bad for the first year I think. I like the rich color.

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    Mail order clematis ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

    The day lilies got moved around this year due to the backyard renovations. So they didn't do as well as last year.




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    Yellow day lily ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

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    Day lily red ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )





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    red day lily ( photo / image / picture from Tina's Garden )

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  3. eileen

    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    You have some real beauties there Tina. I especially like your Clematis and your Godetia. :-D
     
  4. Jerry Sullivan

    Jerry Sullivan Garden Experimenter Plants Contributor

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    A great flower show!! Lots of variety.

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    Beautiful.....
     



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  6. cherylad

    cherylad Countess of Cute-ification Plants Contributor

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    What a nice pretty variety. The Godetia really caught my eye. I don't think I've seen it before.
     
  7. donna in nc

    donna in nc In Flower

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    love them all very very pretty
     
  8. Netty

    Netty Chaotic Gardener Plants Contributor

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    Lovely blooms! I am having difficulty finding any Anemones ... yours are beautiful!
     
  9. Cayuga Morning

    Cayuga Morning Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Very pretty Tina. I've never seen a Godetia before. Is it perennial? I too love clematis, but unfortunately some virus keeps getting mine, so I appreciate yours all the more. I also love the shot of the turks cap with the sun shining through!
     
  10. Tina

    Tina Young Pine

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    Thanks everyone. I started gardening a few years back and immediately came to this group. I got so much help from everyone here. I love my garden :)
    The Godetia is an annual and grows very easily from seeds. Mine self seeds each year.
     

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