Chris, these are absolutely gorgeous! I just planted my first one...it's only about 7" tall. Please share info on care, as I really want mine to bloom like this.
GORGEOUS!!! Have you not had a cold snap yet? We've actually been down to freezing one night.
Beautiful flowers! Were did you buy them from?
They're beautiful! There isn't much left in our yard. We're settling in for the long, cold Washington State winter.
I really can't remember for sure where I got them, but I really think it was Home Depot.As far as care...I don't give them any! Just trim them back once in while and that's it. These two I am leaving as bushes, but I have one on the side of my house that I am keeping trimmed and "treeing" up. Right now it's about 7 feet tall, but not blooming as crazy as the bushes.No cold snaps down here yet! We usually don't get any until Jan./Feb.
Well this is a new one for me. Never heard of this plant--does it also go by any other names? But in the end who cares, it's beautiful especially this late in the season.
How lovely these are! I’ve got nothing blooming in my yard currently, but the grass is green and there are lemons & limes on the citrus trees. I plan to drive by my sister’s house to see if the Satsuma tangerines are ready to pick ;--)Hugs and blessings,
These are lovely-we had a couple of frosts and all my flowers have died off and the garden is looking very sad!
They are lovely, but so it the woman taking the photo
Timing is everything when it comes to blooming flowers.
Those are beautiful! I love the way the petals look on the grass. I can't remember, do they smell good?
No, Misti...they don't smell at all. Wish they did! There is something that I smell every day on my way to and from work that is heavenly! I have no idea what it is, though, and I smell it year-round. Not a jasmine...any ideas what THAT could be? It is amazing...
Those are gorgeous! I can't believe they get so tall. We don't have them up here but I would love to see if they'll grow here. Very pretty.
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