Waretrop's Fall 2014 Flowers

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  1. waretrop

    waretrop Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    First batch. My gardens, this Fall are full of flowers. One lesson learned from my favorite place, GARDENSTEW.
     
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    cherylad Countess of Cute-ification Plants Contributor

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    You really DID add some fall colors, didn't you?! Looks wonderful
     
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    waretrop Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Yes, and that's just the beginning....


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    And there are even more.....
     
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    More??? Show 'em!!! :stew2:
     



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    waretrop Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    I have sooo many others but I knew it would take to long to put them all up here. I move my Fall gardens now. I will have even more next Fall.
     
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    Oh my! You have so many beautiful fall flowers! I'm drooling over them all! :D
     
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    I think almost all of these plants are less than one year old. I have been collecting ever since last Fall when I saw all my fellow Stewbie's Fall flowers.

    That's why my pooooorrrr hubby always has about 50 plants lined up waiting to plant. He does the large ones and I do the little ones.

    Can't wait till next year. I actually didn't realize how it was looking until about 2 days ago.

    So far we won't have frost for maybe the next 5 days. That's what I am waiting for. I will try to cover as many as I can.
     
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    Beautiful blooms Barb! I think I need to add more fall bloomers too.
    (Pst- I think you lost a few years ... your title says 2012 :D )
     
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    Netty, I fixed that for it would be an important thing when others are searching it. :D :D :D :D

    Thanks Sweetie.
     
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    What gorgeous foto's. You really do have a good and varied selection of booming plants there.

    You know that I shall be looking at them a few more times before I go check my eyelids for pinholes.

    I do quite appreciate seeing your bloomers this time. Absolutely smashing.
     
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    I agree with Sjoerd you have a great variety of autumn colours there Barb. I love to see bright colours in the garden at this time of year.
     
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    I have never done annuals until this year. Next year I will plant put many plants in the more. I also put many plants into the greenhouse for the Winter. They may not look great in Spring but they have a big head start. Gerber Daisey, Geraniums, Coleus, Mandevilla and Bougainvillea all get to spend the Winter in my beautiful greenhouse. Sometimes they even give me a blossom during those drab months. :D
     

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