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Old Jun 22, 2008, 3:02 PM   #1
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#1 Dianthus - Perennial Variety, there are also annual varieties.



#2. Centaurea montana blue, or more commonly called mountain blue



#3. Fever Few



#4. Fern



#5. Sun Drop Primrose



#6. Petunia



#7 Verbena - annual variety.




#8 Yarrow.


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Old Jun 22, 2008, 4:34 PM   #2
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Thankyou for sharing!
you have a lovely garden.
what is #1 called? don't think I've had the pleasure of seeing that one before. is #7 a Golden dew drop? looks like the blooms on mine only, mine aren't doing too well this year because of the drout.
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Thankyou for sharing!
you have a lovely garden.
what is #1 called? don't think I've had the pleasure of seeing that one before. is #7 a Golden dew drop? looks like the blooms on mine only, mine aren't doing too well this year because of the drout.
Thanks Goldwinger. I edited my original post with the names as best I know them. #1 is perennial Dianthus, we also have some annual varieties of Dianthus in our garden. I'm not familiar with Golden Dew drops, we refer to #5 as Sun Drops. #7 is annual Verbena which comes in a variety of colors.

We had the start of a dry spring, but the last few weeks have been very wet. We had a hail storm earlies this week with golf ball sized ice. Any thing with large leaves got shredded. My Cana Lillies looked like the got mowed down with a machine gun.
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What a wonderful garden, beautiful colours, well taken.
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Old Jun 23, 2008, 2:21 PM   #5
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What a great garden! Love your fern and the first one, but all of them are really nice.
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Old Jun 25, 2008, 8:20 PM   #6
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Thankyou for sharing!
you have a lovely garden.
what is #1 called? don't think I've had the pleasure of seeing that one before. is #7 a Golden dew drop? looks like the blooms on mine only, mine aren't doing too well this year because of the drout.
Thanks Goldwinger. I edited my original post with the names as best I know them. #1 is perennial Dianthus, we also have some annual varieties of Dianthus in our garden. I'm not familiar with Golden Dew drops, we refer to #5 as Sun Drops. #7 is annual Verbena which comes in a variety of colors.

We had the start of a dry spring, but the last few weeks have been very wet. We had a hail storm earlies this week with golf ball sized ice. Any thing with large leaves got shredded. My Cana Lillies looked like the got mowed down with a machine gun.
whoa. sorry to hear about the hail! that stuff can wreak havoc on a lot of stuff.
i wanted to say thanks for the labels. I wish everyone would identify their photos so us less educated souls know what we're looking at.:lol::blah:
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Thanks for labeling them but I know I'll promptly forget them....All I know's is they are purty flowers!



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Thanks for labeling them but I know I'll promptly forget them....All I know's is they are purty flowers!
I don't remember what they are either, I have to refer to the little plastic labels that come with them from the nursery. My wife sticks them in the ground next to where she plants them.

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