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Apr 15, 2015 9:12 AM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
That's good news about the coral honeysuckle! Hurray! They might not flower this year, but they will be ready for next spring. They are in bloom right now in the wild.

Andi, I'm a little jealous of you getting nasturtiums growing during the hot months. Nasturtium is a good example of how different planting zones can be. Down here in Texas they do best planting seeds in fall or early spring. By the time summer roles in, they need some shade, especially from the hot afternoon sun.

Seeds started in this container in March (with some volunteer impatiens Smiling ) I'm looking forward to seeing how it they look blooming together. Sometimes volunteers can do a better job of making a nice display than I can when I try real hard! lol

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