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speaking of autumn surprises...

Posted by ellenrr 7a (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 21, 13 at 7:17

I had two:

a zinnia grew itself in a pot where I had lemon balm, and it is ready to bloom. In late October!

In another pot where I have an herb, a pink salvia grew itself and is blooming.


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Don't you just love surprises like that??


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RE: speaking of autumn surprises...

yes!

it feels like a gift from the universe. :)


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What fun! Zinnia's are always a welcome sight!

Were they swap or commercial seeds that you planted? I could swear I've had that happen with commercial seed, but not swap seed. LOL.


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That is a nice surprise. I have a jug, that I gave up on now there are plants but no flowers. I have no idea what it is since I cut the top off a long while ago. We are having a very dry Fall. I'm waiting for some constant rain to plant out.

Post pictures Ellen!


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