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Created by: Mastersdaintypet
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Since Spring is coming.. maybe this will help brighten the remaining cool days...

I try and add 1 or 2 new flowers a year. This way IF isnt doesnt work out, it doesnt effect my gardens.

Last year I added Bamboo and a passion vine. They both did great. IF you need a fast growing, beauty of a vine.. get the passion vine. The flowers unreal and smell edible. They do bring bees so plant them away from traffic.

This year.. Im not sure yet.. Im looking for suggestions. I have this reallllly old lady at this lil nursery here, she usually picks one a year for me. Last she picked was portaluca? LOVE them. They do well in hot dry places.

and you?

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Wow! I've been away from this site for few years. Was in a relationship… she doesn't swing, so I stopped visiting these sites. Single again... : ) The garden thread... what happened to it...? You guys stopped watering it? Looks dead... : ( Superthrive anyone????

Rochester NY
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My gardens did well this season. Other than the few weeks I ignored them due to heat. I have to get pics of my banana trees. They started at about 3 ft and they are easily 12 ft now. IM going to bring in a few of the smaller ones so I have for next year.

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I like japanesse maples they have a reallly nice maroon-crimsion color and when accented with darker purple and blue colored flowers they are pretty.

Also there is what they call a mexican shell plant. it is a trip. it blooms in the moring and dies everynight (it is an annual) and the flower each day of the week is different in color and shape.

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I don't know what mine were, got my first one from some people that rented a house from us. Then it had babies and the babies had babies...and banana's. Huge leaves some of them bigger then me on the full sized plants. I sold a bunch of the young ones at a yard sale the year before I killed all mine.

Louisville KY
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Mine are Cavendish - the same as in the grocery stores. They are about 12-14 feet tall and I have bunches of fruit :)

The leaves are enormous. Up to six feet long and 3 feet wide.

Windermere FL
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I had about 60 banana plants at one time. waited too late to replant them one year and they died :(

Louisville KY
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You wouldn't believe the looks I get from my neighbors with big papaya and banana trees growing in my yard.

Windermere FL
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Va, you have to look for ones with a vagiant; those are female.

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My Hot peppers are outstanding this year.

My Tomatoes were average growth wise but great tasting. my cucumber plants all died in mid-summer from some kind of bug... :(

all in all it was an ok year.

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you trying to raise bi papaya's???

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