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Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

Posted by pcan UT Zone 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 28, 14 at 21:17

Been going through pictures of warmer times today and thought I'd say Hello to everyone here and share.

Here are some photos from my 2013 folder,

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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

pcan,
Oh wow!
How beautiful! Boy did I need that! it's so miserable down
here, with snow and cold, thanks for posting that.
I love your garden around the pond.
Very beautiful.


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

I love the pond and your beautiful plantings! What is that lovely purple blooming,spherical plant in picture 2 behind the zebra grass? I love everything!

Thanks for posting!


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

Nice!


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

Thanks for the nice comments. Looking at summer pictures helps me stay warm :)

pkponder, the purple blooming plant is English Lavender.


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

Of course it's lavender! Beautiful!


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

Lovely... my poor pond is under about 3 feet of snow by this time. Great to remember that come spring things will look greener.


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

Beautiful ! I like your red hibiscus! It is very cheerful :) Do you know the name of that variety?
~SJN


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RE: Thought I'd say Hello on this Cold January Day!

re: sultry jasmine night

The Hibiscus is the Robert Fleming. I have one on either side of the waterfall. Unfortunately the one on the left has now been shadowed by the willow and did not bloom really well last year from too much shade. This year will only be worse so I am thinking about puling it out and maybe putting a small Japanese lace maple in it's place.


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