Another batch of garden pics since I was late at updating the old one!

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by Isabella Hime, Sep 15, 2013.

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    Lillies!

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    A type of hibiscus that survives freezing weather!

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    A fat yellow lilly!


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    Don't have to explain this one.. everyone should know by now..

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    Lillyness!

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    different type of sunflower with some Vandoosan writing in the background..

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    Hosta flower!

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    Pink lillies!

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    White Lilly!

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    Native passion flower with a bee on it!

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    Okra has a nice flower too and is all so in the hibiscus family.

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    Oleander (very poisonous)

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    More Oleander

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    A random flower that sprouted by itself somehow.

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    More cold hardy hibiscus

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    Day lillyness!

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    the path.. even more over grown now.. this pic was a few weeks ago..

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    my pond Kupala. All so the tiny Japanese maple there still lives.. Keine Kamishirasawa is still around! Albrook will be happy!

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    4-o-clock flowers

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    One of the most evil monsters in the world.

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    Red crepe myrtle.

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    More sunflowerness.

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    Datura inoxia I think.. it is commonly called moonflower as they only bloom at night.

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    An Asian spider lilly that has made itself common all over the South.

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    Another hibiscus that survives the cold.

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    I scouted through the woods here and found a few new flowers and brought them home.

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    An interesting weed..

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    Another type of datura.

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    and yet another type of datura.

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    A flowering weed.

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    Another native wild flower.

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    Morning glories

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    A little spider


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    some type of giant daisies.


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    Mums

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    wild flower

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    Hawaiian hibiscus. has to be brought in during winter.


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    Lillies

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    daisy

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    purple clover flower.

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    yellow lilly

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    Winter hardy hibiscus.

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    More oleander

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    A wild flower from some place that snuck in when I bought some young palm trees.. Might be from south America though.. an El Salvadorian guy here recognized it.

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    Rose!

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    Bee balm.

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    More bee balm

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    Wild flower

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    A huge lilly!

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    More lilly!

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    A type of perennial morning glory.

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    Lillies!

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    Lillyness!

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    Wildflowerness!

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    And more lillies!
     
  2. Looks like a petunia.

    And those might be from the echinacea family
     
  3. I thought those looked like petunias.. Had a few of them come up.. lots of colors.. Weird.. did not know they where native to Arkansas.. Or are they?
     
  4. More likely they blew in from all the ornimental gardens. People love buying them at the nurseries.
     
  5. I like "little" spider. You know damn well that's not a little spider.
     
  6. Awesomeness.

    Looks so much different this time of year!

    Makes me nostalgic....
     
  7. That looks like a banana spider, or at least that's the name I've always heard them referred to. They're not that little, though I've never seen one inside. I think they're actually very pretty, where else are you going to go to see a technicolor spider?

    Anyway, that looks like a ton of flowers.
     
  8. I remember when I was in 6th grade, we had one of those black and yellow spiders nesting on our porch. We named her Chiquita. lol She was epic. She laid all her eggs, shrunk to a smaller size, then got pregnant again and laid more eggs. o__o Tough mama spider. Sadly, we had a wind storm one night that blew her over to our front door, where she was curled up and dead, and then I had a freak out. :D I hate spiders, but that particular one had a special place in my heart.

    Anyway, dumb stories aside...

    Your pictures are truly amazing, Isabellas. I felt myself becoming more breathless as I scrolled further down. Such amazing plants, and I admire your hard work.
     
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