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Identify Please: What survived in my garden.

Posted by ladyrose65 6bNJ (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 9, 12 at 18:03

Can you identify these for me. I know two are Foxgloves.
This one don't look so goodFox Glove that survived
What are these?
What is this?What is this (2)
I think it's a cardinal Vine?This is some type of Vine?
My Hobby:
European Bistro
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RE: Identify Please: What survived in my garden.

Could the ones in the middle two shots be Shasta daisy? My WS plants look like those--leaves are still green in January. Is the texture kind of leathery?

And, is your hobby counted cross-stitch? Those are beautiful. I've always enjoyed hand/needle work. I'm working on afghan #5 or #6. Made lots of hats & scarves too.

RE: Identify Please: What survived in my garden.

It is where I planted the Shasta Daisy, but I did not get any blooms this summer. Looks like I've got to keep them under control. Thank You.

Yes, It's counted cross stitch. I'll probably pass before I finish it. I have not worked on it since I started school. Maybe tonight.

RE: Identify Please: What survived in my garden.

Shasta Daisy, or any similar white perennial daisy, might be Oxeye too.

I don't think the second is Cardinal Vine, not sure what that is. Did it bloom this past season?

My SIL does cross stich and always complains that it costs more to frame than the canvas and yarn. I don't have the patience for it but I do envy folks who can finish a large piece.

RE: Identify Please: What survived in my garden.

The vine did not bloom; however, very aggressive. It's droppy now because of the frost, but it does look like the cardinal vines? I'm hoping it will bloom this summer or it get's bounced.

RE: Identify Please: What survived in my garden.

The first looks like foxglove, don't know about the others.

Beautiful needlework.


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