Chat and News forum: What is blooming for you today? June 17th 2011

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ImageMitchF
Jun 17, 2011 9:03 AM CST
Name: Mitch Fitzgerald
Oklahoma
What is blooming in your garden today?

I have Daylily Malachi, Ditch, and a wonderful peach that lost its name many moons ago...
Coreopsis
Indian Blanket
Monarda
Hardy Hibiscus
Texas Star hibiscus
Rattlesnake Master
Sweet William
Shasta Daisy
Hollyhocks
Siberian Hollyhocks
Several unknowns that have come here on their owns
Frogfruit
Batchlers Buttons
Zinnia
Bronze Fennel
Dill
Cosmos
Radish
Marigolds
Dantura
Duranta
Cow Pen Daisy
Roses
Salvia
Crinum
Yarrow
Asters
Mums
Cosmos
Dalihia
Mitch Fitzgerald
Frillylily
Jun 18, 2011 9:40 PM CST
Missouri
that is a wonderful list! I love to see it!
I have daylilies, a japanese water iris, and some asters, cosmos, brown eyed susans and larkspur, also some sedum that is blooming. I do have one water lily blooming, but I don't know the name of it. Of course this is in MO not OK.
I am hoping to get moved over the 4th, but my son has to have a toe nail removed, and so the moving will depend on how that heals and his visits for followups. I can't take out before it heals well if there are any problems. But the nail has to come off and I could not put the surgery off any longer.

do you dig your dahlias for the winter?
I have never grown them because I am too busy to mess with digging them up.

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