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Old 06-09-2005, 08:04 PM   #101
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Ok, I got more pics. Can anyone ID the pink things for me? They are growing amongst a climbing rosebush and another bush.
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Old 06-09-2005, 08:09 PM   #102
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more. One of my roses started to bloom today.
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Beautifull pics everyone! I know it's nearly summer, but still, here's some of my spring photo's:



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Very nice Thomas! Perhaps I should change the title to What's Blooming today? lol
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Ahhh...although the temps are unseasonable, we still have 8 more days 'til summer officially begins. Let the spring photos continue!

*Fluff - Change title in 8 days...LOL
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Old 06-13-2005, 09:12 PM   #106
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Fluff - I think your " pink things" among the roses are sweet peas. Do they have a very sweet smell?
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Spring was late in New Hampshire.
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You know, they are growing among a rose bush and another bush (they were planted there when I bought the house). I have no idea if they smell or not. All I smell is the roses when I get near. I'll have to make a point to check. I thought they looked like sweet peas as well but they are so big...... I was't sure. Thanks JG!
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Around here the past two weeks have looked mostly like this (with lots of green-growing stuff):
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Old 06-15-2005, 09:32 AM   #110
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Sweet peas! I knew they looked familiar! We just dug out a huge chunk of these plants; they're just now coming back. :p


Here're (is that a valid contraction?) some pics I took yesterday evening in the yard:


Coleus; awesome annuals. Catharanthus (pink; aka Periwinkle) and alyssum (white) in the background.



A 'blue' hosta blooming - another fav plant.



Here's a flower on a lily I've yet to positively ID - we gave these out as bulbs @ our wedding, so we've just called them 'wedding lilies'. The flowers have a waxy sheen and are sturdy, with tall stems and spiky leaves.



They also have some gorgeous color.



I suspect these are 'day lilies'; we've tons of 'em.



I suspect this is an orb weaver of some sort; he was only about 3/4" long and I was glad I got this nice macro; I didn't think I got any that would turn out.


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We also picked our first red cherry tomato yesterday! It's almost fresh produce time! :cheers:
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