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Post your flowers!!! Native or non-native :D

 
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a few more from the spring...
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This is a patch of flowers grown last year for supporting my bees. The patch is approx. 3 ft. wide and 20 ft long. Lots & Lots of flowers in there!
I just tilled up the space again yesterday (very late to plant) and will re-plant again.
I took individual flower photos and sent a lady with ALS a daily blow up of a flower and a goofy cartoon daily. She loved it!
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Some lovely radishes.  And a yard flower bouquet.

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My peonies survived the squall and have erupted!

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Pink peonies!
Pink peonies!
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Red peonies
Red peonies
 
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Some more stuff from the gardens today

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Radish flowers
Radish flowers
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Feverfew
Feverfew
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Sage!
Sage!
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Clematis!
Clematis!
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Closer view of the clematis
Closer view of the clematis
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Fleabane
Fleabane
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Lavender, with the bishops weed umbel flowers in the back
Lavender, with the bishops weed umbel flowers in the back
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More clematis with climbing dog rose
More clematis with climbing dog rose
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Iceplant
Iceplant
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Salvia
Salvia
 
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Some more wildflowers
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Columbia Lily
Columbia Lily
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Deer Brush
Deer Brush
 
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I finally have flowers on my passionflower vine!
Everything in my garden is running late this year, from the flowers and herbs to the veggies. Normally I have blooms starting mid-May, but they're finally here!
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Still cold!  Lupine, chives, perennial geraniums, etc
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the persimmons are blooming!
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The Texas Star Hibiscus decided to join the party! People have been telling me for months that it has beautiful blossoms and is a prolific beauty..... but mine has solidly refused to bloom all spring. I guess ours is a summer gal!

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