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Autumn Colors

Posted by klavier z4 Bing, z5 Pou (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 12, 05 at 21:59

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RE: Autumn Colors

Nice Pics! Next year I'm trying some of the lime green w/variegated foliage 4-o'clocks. What are the light pink ones in the last pic? Live forever? Penta? Crepe Myrtle? And what kind of flower is that round orange one??? ;)


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RE: Autumn Colors

  • Posted by klavier z4 Bing, z5 Pou (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 13, 05 at 21:13

The pink flowers are sedum "Autumn Joy". The orange one is an atlantic giant pumpkin but unfortunately I screwed up this year and it is only about 170 pounds. Not so giant.


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RE: Autumn Colors

Beautiful pictures! Love the four o'clocks. I did not get one seed to sprout this year. The white Iris is so pretty. thanks for sharing.

Suz


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