Maggie Devlin
  • 54, Female
  • Oceanside, CA
  • United States
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Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group Flower Gardens
"Oh and I did not add it.   I replaced it."
Jun 11, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group Flower Gardens
"I just used miracle grow potting soil and it worked great!  That bloom booster is a good tip Zigmund.  Thx!  :-)"
Jun 11, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group Flower Gardens
"Kathleen, I am no expert, but several of my potted flowers stopped blooming/growing.  I called the garden shop and they said I needed to change the soil in the pot.  Now I have A LOT of new growth!  I need to change the soil in my…"
Jun 11, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group California
"Thank you Dawn.  My next door neighbor ( of 19 years) always takes my cast off plants or extras when they grow too big.  Ha!  I think I'll give my current roses to her.  I don't remember what variety they are, but they…"
Jan 30, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group California
"Carole, I love those double delights!  I think I'll order 2.  :-)"
Jan 29, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group California
"I think we had the sprinklers on in the evening since the sun is going down early now.  That probably caused it.  Thanks Maxson!"
Jan 29, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group California
"Thank you Carole!  That helps."
Jan 29, 2012
Maggie Devlin commented on Community Manager's group California
"I have 2 rose bushes, but they have been getting this white powdery stuff all over the leaves.  What is that?  I just cut them all the way back, so hopefully that will help.  And my roses are not very fragrant.  Maybe I should…"
Jan 29, 2012
Maggie Devlin replied to Maggie Devlin's discussion New Flower Bed in Zone 9 in the group Flower Gardens
"Great idea!  Thanks!"
Apr 10, 2011
Mrs. James replied to Maggie Devlin's discussion New Flower Bed in Zone 9 in the group Flower Gardens
"I wish I had known this when I first started gardening. SOAKER HOSES!!!!! I now have them. But,when I was new to the  world of gardening, I didn't even think to put them in. So, start with them before you put your perennial's in. Good…"
Apr 10, 2011
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Apr 10, 2011
Melvalena NTexas replied to Maggie Devlin's discussion New Flower Bed in Zone 9 in the group Flower Gardens
"Do a search on each of the plants to be certain.  "
Apr 10, 2011
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Apr 10, 2011
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Apr 10, 2011
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Apr 10, 2011
Maggie Devlin added a discussion to the group Flower Gardens
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New Flower Bed in Zone 9

I just bought a pre-planned perennial flower garden for the first time for my new flower bed.  I'm out in Southern California, zone 9 near the beach where we get mild winters and summers.  It doesn't get hotter than 85 degrees here in the summer (we do not have AC in the house).  Most of the flowers are zone 3-9 or zone 3-8.  Do you all think they will grow?  The flower bed is on the north side of the house and gets partial sun/shade and we have a drip sprinkler system.  Thanks for your help!
Apr 10, 2011

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Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener
Skill level
Intermediate
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
flowers
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
3 hours

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At 5:25pm on April 10, 2011, Community Manager gave Maggie Devlin a gift
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At 9:50am on August 1, 2009, William Cannon said…
Welcom Maggie, I have just joined myself... and a very Happy Birthday to you..Oceanside is a beautiful place..
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Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Thanks Scott, for that."
6 minutes ago
Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia commented on Grant, Scottsdale,Arizona Zone 9's group Houseplants
"Indoor plants seem to need more than outdoors, Marianne, but I would still use a weak mix often."
12 minutes ago
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Ribes Sanguineum, Flowering Current

"Yeah but you get heaps colder, so I,m sure you feel your heat the same as I feel mine. The plants don,t like our heat however , what I grow would not survive if I did not water them during summer. In fact a lot of people have stopped growing plants…"
14 minutes ago
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Barb Z-7b Okla's group BackYard Retreats
"She has her own broom & sweeps the deck too. We rearranged the flowers today. Time for new photos. . ."
1 hour ago
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW commented on Barb Z-7b Okla's group BackYard Retreats
"My granddaughter loves loves loves the flowers, the fountain & the strawberries. She helps fertilize (mostly her shoes) and was introduced to her new very small yellow rake today, helping her dad."
1 hour ago
Lorraine Smith Pacific NW posted a status
"My wonderful son came over & trimmed the monster English Laurel. He & his Ellie raked the lawn together! Fun, why didn't I take a photo?"
1 hour ago
Scott commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"Ixia - The genus Ixia consists of a number of cormous plants native to South Africa from the Iridaceae family. Some distinctive traits include: sword-like leaves, and long wiry stems with star-shaped flowers"
4 hours ago
Marianne Konka commented on Grant, Scottsdale,Arizona Zone 9's group Houseplants
"Thank you Keryn, you obviously are fertilizing just right!  Mine are indoors, but it has been a relatively cool summer.  I will try just a little fertilizer.  At least the plants look healthy and still alive!"
5 hours ago

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