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NEWEARS2006

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Aug 15, 2006
I have no idea but it grows about 6 inches a day. We cut it back in the Spring and it is almost out of control by August. It doesn't flower either.
 

DebºoºS

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Joined
Aug 31, 1997
Here are a few pics taken on the first day back from my trip to WDW in May. What a wonderful welcome home my garden gave me:)


David Austin:Princess Margareta

youngest peonies




 
  • jann1033

    <font color=darkcoral>Right now I'm an inch of nat
    Joined
    Aug 16, 2003
    deb...noticed the english roses..i had some for yrs but had to leave them behind last move...i just was looking through the DA rose catalog to get some for next spring and saw the princess margareta as a climber...how long have you had yours and how has it been health wise? it looks nice. I had a graham thomas and Gertrude jeykel ( sp) as climbers in the old house but was thinking of trying a newer one hoping they might be more disease resistant as they got bad black spot.( could be cause i transplanted them 3 times when we moved;) )
     

    DebºoºS

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 31, 1997
    That must've broken your heart to leave them. Very sad. Pr. Margareta is a very healthy bush. I've had her since 2001. My Graham Thomas is doing well but does get leggy if I'm not on top of it. They've never been moved. Too much work and I'm really bad at transplanting roses. I just love E roses.:love:I'll post some more pics soon.
     
  • JKYlovesRuss

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Jan 13, 2008
    Hi all, great pictures!

    This is our first rose bush! We planted her in 2007. Roses are our favorite! :flower3:


    Ever see a fuzzy rose? :rolleyes:
     
  • pamouselover

    “Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbo
    Joined
    Feb 9, 2005
    wonderful flowers everyone.
    Once things start blooming a bit more here in pa. I will share also!
     

    pamouselover

    “Have faith in your dreams and someday your rainbo
    Joined
    Feb 9, 2005
    Thought I could share what I pick up at HD yesterday. I plan on planting them to go up the lattice to the hot tub!
     

    NatalieMT

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jul 20, 2007
    This is my favourite flower possibly, love these things, affectionately known as 'lady slipper orchids'.



    My Dad owns/founded a rare plant company, probably one of the only ones in the UK really definitely the biggest anyway. We have some 3500 plants on our property (that's a lot of nice flowers!) and on three other sites (Japan, The Netherlands, Latvia I think). Their plants that are supposed to appeal more to the keen garderner, because some of them do come with a hefty price tag. :scared1: Buckingham Palace has bought a number of times, so hey if you're ever there you might see some of them!
     

    DebºoºS

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 31, 1997
    Lovely Lady Slipper! One of my favorites:goodvibes

    We had wild lady slippers growing on our last property. So beautiful and elegant. They're endangered here so I left them when we moved.

    Would enjoy seeing more pics from your garden::yes::
     

    DebºoºS

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 31, 1997
    Thank you, everything is doing very well this year. Last year the coneflowers didn't for some reason.

    Here are some pics of my new this year butterfly bush..


     







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