Carol S
Carol S
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  • Warwick, RI

September Garden


Love that we still have flowers - some are blooming for a second time this year.
The plossoms on the beauties last a long time.
The plossoms on the beauties last a long time.
I threw these seed in July.
I threw these seed in July.
Almost lost this transplanted tall phlox - I moved a few weeks ago - in think it is happy now.
Almost lost this transplanted tall phlox - I moved a few weeks ago - in think it is happy now.
More blossom on my Rose of Sharron.
More blossom on my Rose of Sharron.
One Italian or chinese chives made it - it will produce many seeds.
One Italian or chinese chives made it - it will produce many seeds.
My cosmos stand 4' tall - love the dainty foliage too.
My cosmos stand 4' tall - love the dainty foliage too.
Purple stone cropped attract many bees great for pollination & propogation.
Purple stone cropped attract many bees great for pollination & propogation.

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  • Darlene Gallman
    on Sep 10, 2013

    I love having fresh chives in my garden, mine never died back last winter.

  • Gladys Rhoads
    on Sep 10, 2013

    I grew up where flowers bloomed like this per my mother but live in the HOT desert now and seems every thing I plant dies from heat or I over water it and root rot them, how do I judge how much water to use?

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