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  • quanglewangle
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    Just so folks are not put off posting untidy garden pics...
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  • Nicos
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    roitelet …. Wow!…thanks!..VERY much appreciated! Xx

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  • roitelet
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    Originally posted by Nicos View Post
    I love those too …we used to have those in our uk garden…think I might hunt some of those out for here for a bit of autumnal colour!
    Are they called Chinese anemones?
    I’ve got pink and white ones which you are welcome to if we ever get round to seeing you. I will pot some up later in the autumn.

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  • quanglewangle
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    Our Japanese Anemones took a season or two to get established but are OK now. Against South facing wall in sandy soil tending dryness.
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  • annie8
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    I bought one of them last year but it died. Not sure why but I do like them so might try again. Always keen to get some later summer flowers that come through at the point where lots of other things are dying back.

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  • quanglewangle
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    ^^^
    Japanese Anemones
    See https://www.gardenersworld.com/how-t...es-grow-guide/

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  • burnie
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    Originally posted by Nicos View Post
    I love those too …we used to have those in our uk garden…think I might hunt some of those out for here for a bit of autumnal colour!
    Are they called Chinese anemones?
    That's what I call them...............................

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  • Nicos
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    I love those too …we used to have those in our uk garden…think I might hunt some of those out for here for a bit of autumnal colour!
    Are they called Chinese anemones?

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Lovely photos, Burnie. Very pretty flowers.

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  • burnie
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    Here's some White ones
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  • burnie
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    Anemenemenemenemenies................................
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  • burnie
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    Nothing special, but I like their colours
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  • quanglewangle
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    It's Swamp Lily (Crinum x powellii) time. They pop up almost without warning but don't last very long.

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  • quanglewangle
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    Monster agapanthus.
    Black stemmed hydrangea behind and elderberry behind that.
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  • Plot70
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    Cardoons are nice if you like looking at bee tails due to the pollen being deep down in the flowers.
    I adopted some dahlias with my plot and moved them to my ornamental strip against the vehicle track.
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