Reflecting on what I learn, including the stuff that's whack--
ANn:A former neighbor REALLY knew how to grow these...as for me?Never had much luck...but hope DOES spring eternal.(sounds like a life lesson, too...who knew?)Nice pictures.
Dear Bob,I have loved these flowers forever, but I have lived nowhere they weren't megabucks to purchase. The only thing I know, if you add copper to their nutrients they turn blue and something else turns them pink.Thanks for taking a look at my garden! I don't have much of a green thumb, but I can click a shutter!Happy weekend to you!Ann T.
AnnTThese are surly my all time favorite flowers! I have numerous clolors and species in my yard. I have a friend who landscapes for a very wealthy family on what is called Penzance Point here in my neck of the woods and they tend to get sick of their flowers faster than we po'folk so he is always offering me plants he pulls put to JUST THROW AWAY! He recently gave me 16 yes that says 16 more of these! I will post pics when they are in the ground and thriving! Gia
Gia, Such good fortune! I can't wait to see the pictures.Thanks for stopping by!Ann T.
Ann T:Thanks for sharing--so pretty!The Observer
Dear The Observer,I am glad you enjoyed! And even better, you got over your cold!Thanks for popping in,Ann T.
Wow! These are really beautiful!
Dear meleah,Thank you! I'm glad you stopped by. I love this kind of flower. It might even be my favorite--this week!Love,Ann T.
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