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Garden Girl replied to Mary Hardesty's discussion Pesticides in the group Roses
"In the long run it's easier to get the soil in balance and plant companions that attract beneficial insects, then the plants will take care of themselves. Otherwise it will be a constant battle. I do little more than deadhead my…"
May 16
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Sep 13, 2013
Garden Girl added a discussion to the group Roses
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David Austin's William Shakespeare vs. William Shakespeare 2000

Has anyone grown both to know the difference? If so, would you recommend one over the other, and if so, why? Even if you have only grown one, what was your experience? I'm trying to determine which I would like to order.See More
Sep 13, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Birds and animals eat the berries and "plant" the seeds."
Apr 28, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Yes, I think it is. Maybe Solanum americanuum."
Apr 27, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"I can't see enough of the foliage to know for sure, but the flower reminds me of the nightshade family (Solanum)."
Apr 27, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"The bottom is some sort of aloe. The middle looks similar to Frithia, so may be related."
Apr 24, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"They are, but some are terribly invasive. At the bot garden I worked at, there was one area that it was a constant battle. There are a few of the varieties I have on this page."
Apr 8, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Some sort of Geranium. By the size of the flower, it may be a weed. Some hybridized ones have nice blooms. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geranium"
Apr 8, 2013
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Jan Jeffus, it looks like some sort of weedy Ranunculus. I'm not saying it is specifically one of these species, but I think you'll see the…"
Mar 30, 2013
Garden Girl replied to Robin (N.IL zone 5)'s discussion Purple Leaves pink flowers in the group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Some sort of Tradescantia."
Sep 16, 2012
Garden Girl commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Susan, I think the bottom plant is bittersweet."
Sep 15, 2012
John F zone 6 Cinti Oh replied to Garden Girl's discussion Hen & Chick Offer in the group Hen and Chicks, Stonecrops and Sedum
"hello gabrielle  i will take some i have a few kind also but mostof what i have is on me page please check mthem out if u like"
Aug 9, 2012
Garden Girl replied to Stacie Porterfield's discussion mums ...blooming.....ALREADY in the group Zone 5
"If you haven't let them bloom, only bud, you can.  I had to do that last year, too, and they did fine.  It may even if they have bloomed; I just don't have experience with that."
Jul 1, 2012
Garden Girl replied to Kris's discussion Blue flowers, soft green leaves - not in my garden but a friend asked so don't know the "nature" of the plant in the group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Veronica spicata, but I don't think it's 'Royal Candles'.  This is 'Royal Candles' and it is more compact."
Jun 12, 2012
Garden Girl replied to Wendy Pritchett's discussion Inside Hens & Chicks in the group Hen and Chicks, Stonecrops and Sedum
"I've tried a few hens and chicks inside under grow lights and they did not do well.  Since they are alpine plants, cold generally doesn't bother them, though the excess moisture of a lot of snow very well could.  I take backups…"
Jun 3, 2012

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Expert
Website
http://theobsessedgardener.blogspot.com/
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
Mostly perennial (cottage garden style) and veggie. I used to work at a botanical garden. Now I work for those who can no longer maintain their gardens alone, but want to continue to enjoy them.
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
Everyday, as much as possible.

I'm a gardening junkie and love to learn, help and teach others in the garden. Check out my blog, Garden Rambles to see more about me and my website, The Obsessed Gardener to see my plants!

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At 5:59pm on May 5, 2012, margaret said…

I just literally got 'little lime' hydrengia's this year.  We had an additon made to our landscaping and those were the first ones i bought.  I have never grown hydrengia's, kinda scared.  But thought i'd give it a try.  So far so good though :)

At 4:21pm on November 14, 2011, Wendy Hime said…

Have you been to Munsinger Gardens here in Saint Cloud?  I live on that road a few blocks down.  It is the ONLY thing to see in Saint Cloud:)

At 8:30pm on November 13, 2011, Wendy Hime said…
Small world! Where do you live?
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At 7:46pm on November 1, 2011, Sandra said…

Welcome to Garden-Share! The Group page is a great way to meet other gardeners and get started on Garden-Share - congrats for joining so many groups!  You'll get the most out of them if you interact with other gardeners, make comments, and ask questions.

Also, there are Videos to watch (how-to, humor), Blogs to read (informative, entertaining), Photos to look at (beautiful, unusual, inspiring), and new friends to meet. If you have photos (or videos) of your garden, please share them - I'd love to see photos of your garden!

 

 
 
 

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Joseph Wright commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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BIG Dahlia Bloom

"Your welcome !!! I have a couple of Dahlias I save every year, but I have to stake them a lot or the blooms fall ! Please share any hints? :)"
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Joseph Wright commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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Fabulous Front Lawn Color

"Your welcome Clare! Yes this year has been beautiful ! I still have impatient 's still blooming & I love your garden , great job as always!"
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Joseph Wright commented on Joseph Wright's photo
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"Aww, thanks Mo !!!! Tomorrow we are going to a party in the Poconos , PA!!! Happy Halloween too! Hugs! Only got 2 trick or treaters tonight!"
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"Thank you Linda !!!!!!!! Happy Fall!"
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Kathleen Burkhart ~ Zone 5 ~ MI commented on Audra Mabrey - Z5/IN's photo
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Favorite tree - Fall 2014 4

"It's stunning...love the colors!"
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Clare Oliva commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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Profusion Zinnias Still Going Strong

"Yes, I'm surprised, too, Linda that we still have so many blooms at this time of year. But I think it is all going to come to an end in a few days. I saw on the long-term weather forecast that the temperature is supposed go below…"
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Linda Damiano commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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Profusion Zinnias Still Going Strong

"Amazing that you still have so many roses still in bloom Clare and the Zinnias are going strong!"
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Linda Damiano commented on Audra Mabrey - Z5/IN's photo
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Favorite tree - Fall 2014 1

"You really captured the beauty of  Fall !"
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