SOOO Much to Trade!! Here's my updated list!
Plants and Cuttings I have to trade: *Note: We grow completely organic only. • -Tamarix 'Summer Glow' - cuttings • -Willows: CUTTINGS: Salix Mats.'Golden Curls'(brilliant golden yellow bark, orange/red stems, green curly leaves-stunning, S. 'Dragon Claws", 'Hakura Nishiki', S. purpurea nana (Dwarf Blue Arctic), S. pur. pendula (Weeping Blue/Purple Arctic),… More
...aller plants due to their floppy look. The taller flower I have now are, delphiniums, foxgloves, bee balm columbines, lilies, daylilies, beards tongue, phlox, Iris, asters, peony and probably a few… More
...d out yards ourselves. I got a great deal on some flowers that I have always been a big fan of and went to town planting bulbs... without realizing that they need to be… More
Daylilies are sprouting flower buds in October!
Ok, so I bought those daylilies in july (I think)(two individual plant in one pot) . When I got them home, I noticed that they had a sucker. I transplanted them, I put the bigger plant in a pot on it's own and the smaller two in another pot together.… More
Non blooming flowers: peony, iris, daylily
...oms. The same is true for my siberian iris and my daylilies. I've never gotten a soil test,… More
Hello from Kaunas (Lithuania)!
...dy ! I'm collector and hybridizer from Lithuania. Flowers is my hobby; I have about 1000 varieties of miscellaneous, tulips, irises (TB, dwarff, siberia, spuria), daylilies, glads and dahlias. I hope, I will find many friends here ! More
Cutting back for rebloom
...ght it bloomed until fall. Is it okay to cut back daylily foliage before it browns completely? The poor thing's been up since January--thought it might want a rest now that… More
Lantana's been slow to grow
...y daylilies, but it's done nothing but open a few flowers. It's been in the 60s and 70s here....is it too cool for lantana? We grow it as an annual in Oregon.… More
Hi From Connecticut This Forum Is Much Too Quiet!
Hi to all my fellow New England gardeners! Where are you? Seems that there haven't been many posts here lately...I suppose everyone is out gardening. I've lived in Connecticut for the past twelve years. I think gardening here is so much easier here than in Georgia, where I'm originally from.… More