Kely Davis
  • 46, Female
  • Ashburn, VA
  • United States
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My cutting garden is going in!

Here is what I have chosen - if you have grown these and have any helpful hints (I have never grown roses) PLEASE share!
hellebores, arum, polemonium, black eyed susan, aster, pincushion, tatting fern, aruncus, lavender, coneflower green envy, daisy, verbusun, scabiosa, sea holly, rudebecia, gallardia, daylilly, coral bells, geranium, meadow rue, russian sage, hellinum dwarf, chinese lantern, lupins, asclepias butterfly, tall phlox, roses: blue girl, lavender mini and Josephs coat.

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Spray

Posted on April 27, 2009 at 6:35am 1 Comment

My Mom uses dish soap and water in a spray - have you tried that?

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At 11:34pm on April 9, 2011, Community Manager said…
hellow Kely, hope you will do some more garden-sharing with us!
At 11:17pm on January 1, 2011, Nancy Burstein said…
Kely-I have been growing roses for 35 years. I have over 200 bushes in my gardens. I'd be glad to help you. Here is a Mr. Lincoln  from today.
At 11:14pm on January 01, 2011, Nancy Burstein gave Kely Davis a gift
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Hi Kely-Welcome to GI. I have 3 groups "iris, my new love" "Sage Gardening Tips" & "Handicap Gardening" Thanks, Nancy
At 9:30pm on April 23, 2010, anne andrews/7b said…
awesome garden!
At 2:20pm on August 10, 2009, DEBORAH PENCE ~ VA ~ ZONE 7A said…
I'm in Warrenton
At 7:46am on June 28, 2009, sahara jade said…
Wow Kely,
You have flowers in your garden I have never seen before! They are the most unique flowers I have ever seen. Your doing great thngs in Ashland! My garden is too small to advertise. I am a first timer and just trying to learn the difference between a pperennial and an annual...LOL. It will be years before I catch up to you. Work keeps me away from the vegetable and flower gardens that I tend to. Hope to get back and visit your page soon for some great ideas.
At 5:14pm on May 25, 2009, Pat Merewether Z5 MI said…
Hi - so nice to meet you! Love your photos!

The butterfly photos were taken at Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, MI - they have a huge glass conservatory with butterflies hatching in March and April.

I don't have a lot of luck with melons - last year and the year before I had 2 sugar baby melons, but I'm trying again this year - never give up! lol
At 11:21am on May 24, 2009, Esperanza Hasbun/Zone 10 said…
Hello Kely!! I enjoyed your pictures,beautiful flowers !!
At 6:15pm on May 11, 2009, oakbyriver said…
Your pictures are breathtaking, Kely! I am so wowed over your cutting garden. That is still just a dream for me...I love cut flowers SO much...For now I have my first garden ever - a raised bed full of tomato seedlings. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration! Kris
At 8:59pm on May 6, 2009, JoEllen said…
I Love your yard! It is so beautiful! Only wish I was so talented at gardening.
 
 
 

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