"Will keep our fingers crossed that those black plants have not died, but have green hidden inside and sprout for you soon. Have discovered that I've lost 7 Lorepetulums. Guess they gave it up when our temps went…"
"So sorry you may lose some of your plants will this hard weather. We moved from the coast to the mountains of NC and I had transported a large trailer of plants to my new home, but an unexpected snow caught me before I had shelter for…"
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"Bob, that's a good plan! That will be one of my first spring projects. Don't know why I didn't think of that. Did not realize that hostas multiply so quickly.....we moved from Charleston a couple of years…"
Thanks Connie, 'Kara ori nishiki' is a stunning maple. If you are looking for one, I actually am selling one (along with many others) on eBay. Just do an ebay search for 'Kara ori nishiki' and you will see it. I sell under Pagesrunnursery. I hope to post a bunch more photos of some other amazing Japanese Maples soon on this forum.
I was raised in a military Family, Marines...meet by hubby in Barstow, CA in high school. He joined the Air Force, did his time and we stayed here in Spokane. Never thought I would live in one house for so long! LOL
I'm outside now,about 75 out!Wish I could extend our growing season at least 2 more months,I 'm so thankful,that my gardens do come back,but then again ,I plant what does well for our area!Have 2 vegetable gardens also,I got in 3 weeks early!Great Fun!!!
"You're right, Keryn. 90 F feels really hot and uncomfortable to me, whereas I'll bet that is comfortable for you. And I am so jealous that your winter daytime temps are 50 to 65F. Our daytime winter temps in the coldest months (January and…"
"Hi Keryn, if you use google images you will find quite a few photos of those miniature gladiolus. Likewise Scott's information about the name of the genus also brings up handy photos.
I would never have thought of those plants as being…"