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  • Carol S
    Carol S Warwick, RI

    @Donna Shipley I saw MOONFLOWER seeds on sale - they were lable Annuals -- Are they & due they reseed them selves?

    • Donna Shipley
      Donna Shipley Placerville, CA

      @Carol S I really don't know much about Moonflower, but if they say annual, I'd believe it and check for seed. With annuals I'm very fond of I collect some of the seed so I can re-sow it in the spring in case reseeding doesn't work.

  • Carol S
    Carol S Warwick, RI

    I do the same with seeds from perrenials -- I sow some in late summer & save some for the following spring. Thank you for the reply.

  • Sandra
    Sandra Loretto, TN

    your pic of your flowers r real pretty. i've some roses Hisbus & crape myrtles.

    • Donna Shipley
      Donna Shipley Placerville, CA

      @Sandra Thank you. Regular Hibiscus and crape myrtle don't grow here... Too bad, I really like them and I bet yours are beautiful!

  • Sandra
    Sandra Loretto, TN

    where do u live in Calfornia.Is it too hot or sandy too grow them...

    • Donna Shipley
      Donna Shipley Placerville, CA

      @Sandra Northern California about a mile from the ocean. I think it's too cold and maybe the elevation is too low. Our soil is heavy clay and doesn't drain well. I've tried crepe myrtle a couple times and it just dies.

  • Valerie
    Valerie South Africa

    What a feast for the eyes!!!! I absolutely love the head collection - are they purchased or home made? Everything in your garden seems to thrive - what are your secrets?

    • Valerie
      Valerie South Africa

      @Donna Shipley Daffodils are always such a wonderful indicator that the seasons are changing! They are such cheerful and happy flowers!

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