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Queeny's growing things...


Thought you all might like to see my things that are growing...I'll add as things bloom.

Red Rhubarb and some Iris
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Copper Iris
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My 2nd wild Rose with one tiny bloom near the bottom..
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Pole bean #1 and daisy's.
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This would be my man-eater wild rose...both hubby and I have scars to prove it!
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#2 pole beans...you can see I need to weed my own stuff SOON!
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Tomato #2 and one of my two small Columbine plants I put in this year.
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My Sweet Bell Pepper plant in bloom..barely.
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Peach and Purple Iris (pepper is behind them)
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Tomato plant #1
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White Iris patch
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Taken from far right side of back fence...along the whole fence. All of the ABOVE are planted here.
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And lastly my PEONY bushes out front by the front door.
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Lovely! You ARE growing things.

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And it feels so good to get my feet and hands back in the dirt again! emoticon

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Glad you're enjoying it.

I need to re-pot the sunflowers I started growing from seeds.

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Very nice, Queeny!!!!

We are getting onions from the garden already, the corn is up, tomato plants are in, with the exception of a few, hills of cukes, 2 types of squash, ..... not sure what else is already out there.. OH...lettuce and radishes......


My Lilacs have already bloomed and are just green bushes now....my red rose is full of blooms, the white rose has a few on it....everything is coming up and starting to look lush

The Peonies are in full bloom (mine are pink like yours, Queeny)...and they smell sooo good!......

I love this time of year!!!!!

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Me too....been bringing bouquets of Peony's into the house... emoticon
I think I only have those small wild roses....a million small buds on very wiry stems...but I have a BUNCH! emoticon

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The irises are gorgeous! I've always loved them - possibly my favorite garden flower. And yet - I have never once grown them, or even tried.

Hmmm....
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TM, you deserve to have your favorite flower in your garden! Go for it!

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Totally go for the Iris', they are easy to grow and multiply like crazy!!

Oh my wild roses have started to bloom. This is taken from my mailbox, looking back towards our house on the left and our neighbors on the right....and look what is hidden in the roses, another copper iris!

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Wild roses are so beautiful! And they are quite hardy, so you really just need to cut them back a little when they get too wild.

And yay for more iris!

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