Discussion in 'Flower Gardening' started by Logan, Nov 5, 2023.
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Still got a few roses
Stunning. I am about out of colour, but I can appreciate yours. Cheers.
Thank you Sjoerd.
Still got the cosmos, but they're time will be up soon if i get those tulip bulbs.
Well Loggie, I said that I was all out of colour, but that isn’t entirely true, I have these faded examples. To be honest, I can’t say that they are looking good this month though.
The whole allotment is not really very attractive at the minute.
BTW— I would just like to say that those Cosmea of yours are my fav Cosmea. The seeds are sometimes difficult to find here. Next year I expect them to be available. We shall see. Meanwhile I will simply admire yours.
Thank you Sjoerd your cosmea looks good, i haven't got much either.
Here's a few fuchsia flowers that are still going.
Fuchsias are a lovely plant and have such interesting blooms. I once had a serious thing for this plant group.
Yes they're lovely, i used to have a lot of the half hardy ones, used to go to a nursery that just sold fuchsias in kiddy minster not far from us.
It was fun wasn’t it. There really is a great variety in bloom colour and shape. They are so easy to grow from cuttings.
Yes it was fun.
The PNW is known for the Fall colors of various maples. Pic - dwarf lace leaf acer palmatum.
Some of the polyanthus are starting to flower.
Still have a dahlia not giving up yet…
Schlumbergeras. Most of these were from cuttings. I still feel tempted when I walk past the grocery store displays, but then I remember these.
And an overwintering Pelargonium.
Really, REALLY nice Schlums. So beautiful.
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