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Discussion in 'Hobbies & Critters' started by Erythrone, Apr 22, 2011.
Your garden is just amazing. Everytime I see it I go ahhhhhhh.
It is now the worse period of the year. I must work hard to discard beautiful weeds like myosotis and Hesperis before the make too much seedlings.
One of the many "plastic like" ferns we grow: Arachniodes standishii. Sorry for the horrible straw. You can see now that I don't discard dead twigs and foliage. It is too much work. Mother Nature help me since that stuff become welcome mulch and nutrients.
Sysirinchium Lucerne. Not a great picture but it is an interesting macro since I have done it without tripod. I was testing a new lens. ISO very high (800).
Peaonia Lollipop (Itoh type). Not easy to take good picture of that plant since the color is very saturated. Details are not good.
Paeonia Cheese Country
Geranium Hocus Pocus
Paeonia Copper Kettle
Paeonia Etched Salmon
Paonia White Cap
Heuchera Guardian Angel
Heuchera Cafe Ole
Heuchera Raspberry Regal, Paeonia Lollipop
Heuchera Raspberry Regal
Heuchera Smokey Rose
Heuchera Ruby Bells
Heuchera Silver Scrolls
Heuchera Berry Smoothie
Primula Candelabra hybrids
Heuchera Dolce Black Current
Heucherella BrassLantern, Alabama Sunrise, Kimono
Heuchera Southern Comfort
Heuchera Dark Secret
Heuchera Frosted Violet
Heuchera, seedling from Frosted Violet
The last ones today
Paeonia Julia Rose
Paeonia White Innocence
Rosa Double White Blanc Burnet
I'm going to hire you to be my gardener. (I wish!)
Maybe I should clone myself to be able to be your gardener and to take care of my own garden??
Heuchera... Blood Red??? Fire Fly?? Ruby Bells? I don't remember. Should take a look tomorow
Clematis alpina, Humulus lupulus Aureus
Paeonia Lemon Dream (Itoh group)
Arisaema dracontium, native but very very rare!
Euphorbia x lomi
pleione charmed looks great
do you sometimes give parts away.
Lilium pardalinum Giganteum
Limenetis arthemis (White Admiral)
Azalea calendulaceum. Started from seeds. A late bloomer, very hardy, showy and... deer resistant!!
Thanks again, keep them coming.
Nice new lens you got !!!! Jean
Thank you Hera and Jean!
Iris spuria Liliacina
Ack, no! The constant beauty is killing me!!
Love the Heucheras, especially Berry Smoothie and Southern Comfort. We used to sell Creme Caramel where I worked and it always went fast!
Thanks, and please don't stop!
Ah!!! Caramel is a good one too. S. Comfort looks like a bigger Caramel here.
Don't know how they grow in California. Our climates are so different. Many good Heucheras somewhere are difficult to grow here, like Amber Waves. Variegated form or H. sanguinea are often a mess. But hybrids of H. americana an H. villosa are often very good.
Heather, were do you work?
Iris spuria Fontanelle
Paeonia Port Royal
Geranium robertianum -- Pretty picture!
Thank you everybody!!
Disporum cantoniense Night Heron
Campanula trachelium Bernice
Hosta Guardian Angel, Niagara Falls; Dryopteris filix-mas Crispa Cristata
Iris kaempferi Garter Belt. Not the nicest, but always the first Japanese Iris that flower here and a strong grower too
Elymus magellanicus and Juniperus horizontalis Ice Blue
Hosta Fragrant Blue
Athyrium filix-femina Lady in Red
Iris ensata in pots. Garter Belt, Kiyozuru, Pleasant Earlybird, Osiris rose, Silverband, Kogesha, Hatsu-Kagami and 2 without name (maybe one is Sensation although I don't think Sensation is a true clone). Many others are in buds.
Separate names with a comma.