What's blooming now

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Very nice.... love the orchids.

We planted a bunch of Zenias this year, they are constantly blooming.


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These are our in house Phalaenopsis
orchids in bloom, there are 6 more that are not blooming at moment


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I may try some Zenias next year, they are very colorful.
Zenias are very east to take care of, they bloomed last year from late April to January and if in flower bed they will seed the following seasons crop. I love the large double petal ones, huge flowers that last a long time.
 

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Well here's my tulips, up and coming along quite well all things considered. Hard to believe those Indian Blanket flowers are that far along in your pic.
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Blooming through the snow is crazy! That is all the Indian Blanket I kept this year. In years past it almost took over the front yard.
 

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I've purchased hibiscus bushes before to set out on my back porch and they do very well through the hot summer months, but when it drops below the 40s, that's it.
 

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Those Indian Blankets grow wild in Oklahoma, newnan man, and yeah they will take over. I planted some here and actually got one to grow and bloom, the only one in this county. The way I plant up here, front range plants right after Mother's Day. I watch those tulips, and when they start to wilt down I know I can plant. I guess nothin will kill those things, snow, freeze, or whatever.
 

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Those Indian Blankets grow wild in Oklahoma, newnan man, and yeah they will take over. I planted some here and actually got one to grow and bloom, the only one in this county. The way I plant up here, front range plants right after Mother's Day. I watch those tulips, and when they start to wilt down I know I can plant. I guess nothin will kill those things, snow, freeze, or whatever.
I use to grow tulips in Missouri, down here just too warm to grow and bloom well. We had no frost this year.
 

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