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Old 05-02-2008, 02:11 PM   #81 (permalink)
 
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What kind of Iris are those and also the rose.
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i couldnt tell you about the iris but the rose is an old fashioned cabbage rose.i have 2 bushes of the cabbage roses. one came with the house and one i recieved as a trade. its funny how both bushes are the same color. the iris' are some that i steefed...i mean got out of my moms yard. and some i bought at walley world eons ago. the light lavander i got at walleyworld, the maroon and light mauve ones i got at my moms, i dont remember where i got the maroon and coffee colored ones at. if i see some in someones yard...i dig up a bunch of mine and i go for a visit.
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Old 05-02-2008, 03:43 PM   #83 (permalink)
 
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I dug some out of my grandmothers yard once and there doing very well. You have beautiful flowers there. Where do you find room for your bananas? Lol!!!
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where did i find room? simple. i dug up iris', daffies,roses and some other stuff and gave them to my best freind. i have one musa lateria(bronze ornate), one ornate lavander,ornate green, 2 basjoos and 3 d.oronicos planted in the front yard. on the side top yard i have 2 basjoos,2 dc,1 musella lasiocarpa planted, and then about 3 ft. from my fence row i have 1 musa lateria(bronze) and 2 lavander planted. i have holes dug out for my oronico and my saba and they are going on my fence row. and i still have nanas that will stay in pots. they will overwinter in the house, just in case. i live on a corner lot and i have a lot of room in the front yard and on both sides of the house. thankyou for the compliment. when i moved into this house the only thing growing was tomatoe plants in a burnt out tree. now i have peony,glads,purple cone flower and bee balm growing in the burnt out tree.
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Do post some pictures of your bananas when you get a chance.
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wow Dean nice cannas my cannas are just babys yet how did u get them to blom so early in the seson
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in certian parts of texas things come out of dormancy pretty early,plants, trees,spiders,snakes,ants...that sort of thing. i learned that when i lived there. the pics are just lovely! i havent gotten my kitchen herbs yet, i wanted to do that this year but im so busy with nanas. they will have to wait till next spring. lol.
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Butifull irs Kitty and well that rose is spectaculer
its nice to see older veriates growing thers been a big reasergins in intrest of old roses you know there are pepol that would pay u big bucks to harvis some clipings if its a rare one im looking for one called Paul scarlet deap rad veary unusoal for a rose from the early 20 ce. only blumes ones a year but when it dos look out and the perfewm fills the naberhood we had them when i was growing up
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Old 05-03-2008, 02:50 PM   #92 (permalink)
 
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I put some compost on them earlier this year and as ms.kitty, said, spring comes early.
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my maroon roses, fairy roses, peonies( my white ones have opened, but my pink, and pink and orange are still closed), red hot pokers, and my yellow bearded iris"( i forgot i had yellow) lol! and new leaves on my nanas. can it get any better then this??? well if i had fruit on my nanas i guess.but im happy to see new leaves on them. will post pics later. wahoo!!!!!:w oohoonaner:. banana happy dance!

i find that the older roses ( not hybrids) are less attractive to most bad bugs. i would rather have old fashioned flowers and roses just for that reason. they also look more elegant(jmo). i love hybrid teas but they are a lot of trouble and i have had lots of problems with them here in tn. i dont like chemical warfare in my yard so i try to let the benificials do my work for me. lol. it makes my gardening life a little easier.
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'Well - these are not strictley in my garden but are everywhere and just gorgeous - the local name is Carolina, and they have realy girly flowers.
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Your tree is called a Shaving Brush Tree in Florida. The fancy name that the whole world uses is Bombax ellipticum. We have some that are pure white in our area, I looked at some of the replies and they all seemed to be wrong. Hope I didn't step on any ones toes. It's a tropical tree that grows too big for most back yards.
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