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Friday, May 22, 2009

Early Morning




Just some early morning pretties.


'Rosa Radtko' Double Knock Out
A gift from my husband. The first rose ever seen in my garden !






Chives






Salvia officinalis






'Key Lime Pie' Coral Bells






'Creme Brule' Coral Bells






'Black Barlow' Columbine






A bunch of 'Double Blue' Columbine






Half my plants hardening off.
They're ready to go into the ground when I figure out where to put them.




13 comments:

  1. I have the same problem with my seedlings--where to plant them. Your blooms are lovely, the chives make a nice ornamental don't they?
    Marnie

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  2. That's a great rose! Your columbines are great. Don't the chive blossoms taste great? I love those. My salvia officinalis has finished blooming and is looking more raggedy than usual after a bloom. It's huge, so maybe time to give it a good trim. That's a great combo around your Key Lime.

    Cameron

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  3. Black Barlow is stunning....I have not seen that pretty little flower before.....

    Beautiful photographs......

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  4. Patsi your pictures are looking great and the blooms aren't bad either girl ! LOL
    I have Black Barlow and it is a beauty (when the damn miner what ever they are things aren't marking the leaves up with their pale trail !)
    True Blood starts here on June 14th .. I think it is going to be a great season ! : )

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  5. Your chives produce purple flowers as compared to ours here, white... Very nice!! ~ bangchik

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  6. Hi Patsi, your garden is looking so pretty.
    Simple as chive flowers are , they look great.
    Love all the blues in the garden. Beautiful huecheras.

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  7. Marnie,
    I agree about the chives. We have one batch for eating and 2 as ornamentals. Glad to know you have seedlings also.
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    Cameron,
    I heard it was a easy rose to care for. I like easy. Gotta have salvia.
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    Cheryl,
    The black columbine is not a favorite mostly because it's tall,but still a pretty flower.
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    Joy,
    Haven't seen the miner bugs yet but always do.
    Will be be recording TB on TVO. Thanks for the reminder.
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    Bangchik and Kakdah,
    I would love to have white flowered chives.
    We'll have to talk.
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    Rosemary,
    Thanks. Someday I may use the latin names of plants...na...only on my records.

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  8. Your garden is looking very impressive. Lots of color and texture. That rose is especially stricking.

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  9. I love your columbines! Do I see Cardinal Creeper, or Cypress vine with your babies? You may want to take them out and separate them so they don't get tangled with your other plants. I have had that happen.

    Happy planting!

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  10. Chad and Brandy,
    It's getting there. Roses my be my new favorite.
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    Sue,
    Cardinal climbers always get tangled. And like to grap other plants in the garden.

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  11. Patsi, Are some of these new plants? You have some great ones - and the rose is beautiful. Nice hubby! :-)

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  12. Oh, the chives are gorgeous! And photographed so well. Lovely! But everything looks lovely, of course.

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  13. Shady,
    Very nice hubby !
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    Genie,
    Little slow this year...but trying.

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