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Lantana


"Those that throw mud, lose ground!" :>)


 
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Think these are called Alaska?


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These Caladiums are much larger since I took the pic. I noticed several flower buds in the leaves so can't wait!! :>)


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Hosta Border in July


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a few calendula still popping up!


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First summer of abundant daylilies!


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Some of you might recall a few years ago when I was planting my freshly picked buckeyes! I have several in my beds a few feet tall now!


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I stopped so much of my squirrel traffic by stopping the sunflower seeds due to all the hawks & the bonus has been sunflowers blooming brought in by the birdies! I never planted one but have several opening!


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I planted some late lilies only becuz I couldn't get it together fast enough this Spring & the best part has been the staggered blooms by the patio,


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Many of you know my little garden girl? She got pink geraniums this year.


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Love this one! Hope I get more next summer!


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Phlox opening in many spots & saw my first ROS bloom yesterday!


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Oh sweet summertime!


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Oh,my gosh Ellie, That's so very, very pretty. All of it. Glad you posted all those lovelies. I enjoyed every one.
 
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Thanks Jan~~I think the yard peaked with my lilies this year but still somethings to come!


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Your yard, flowers and pixs are magnificent, muddy!
 
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Big Thank You Barb!


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Beautiful gardens. I'd love to come visit it. Love the little girl. Thanks for the tour.


Carlene
 
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You have a very lovely yard with all the beautiful flowers. The lilies are gorgeous.
 
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Everything is so pretty.
 
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Your garden looks like a magazine garden..how do you do it? Loved all of it...but that sweet summertime border shot stole my heart.
 
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Pretty, pretty, pretty!
 
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So much color in July! I know it must be a lot cooler up there because most of my flowers are wilting. As always love the hostas!


Life is a great big canvas...throw all the paint on it you can.
Danny Kaye
 
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Enjoy seeing your garden pictures. TYFS ...
 
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Oh, Muddy, your garden is so pretty.


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Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain.
 
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I agree with everyone else...and I don't know how you do it either!
A lot of my stuff is past it's prime already and some just never made it this year. So hoping the weather next year is better!


"The soil is the source of life, creativity, culture and real independence." David Ben-Gurion
 
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After a;ll these years of hard work out there... & I mean hard work (both DH & myself) the worst part is cleaning out tons of leaves (Fall & Spring) DH filled my patio pots for me this year. Just would really miss all the color on the patio. My yard is very shady now so trying hard to get splashes of color in the shade. Love the shade so can't part with toooooo much of that! We haven't had to water the lawn once this summer! Unreal!


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Muddy, could I have the name of the pink lily in the 9th picture? It is gorgeous.
 
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Love this one! Hope I get more next summer!


Actually the 11th.
 
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Very lovely pics. The nasturtium are very pretty and a variety that I've never seen.
 
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Beautiful colors!
Deer got my yellow daylilies but these are more colorful anyway.
The buckeye should be nice when it starts blooming as well.
Looking forward to when my phlox start blooming. No buds yet but will smell nice.
 
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