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Flower Blog Archive - May 2010

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whats the name of this flowe? Need help!

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vccm (very cold climet mama)

We moved from the central valley to a much colder area(1 hr shy of the oregon border)a two years ago. Here it is the end of May and we are still having freezing temps at times and light snow from time to time! Anyway,I've only planted small flowers before. Now, I'd like to plant an area of by back yard that has no lawn into a large flower area (about 25'x20'). It's all sun most of the day with the exception of the shad in the afternoon under a willow tree. The dranage is good but the area was built up when the old owner built the home. So I must build up the flower beds to meet the lawn level (about 4-5"). Can anyone tell a new flower gardner what to use to do this. I hope to add grave paths through it to take up some space. Also easy bushy plants & shrubs that can live through freezing winters. Thanks. vccm

planting morning gory seeds how close together

i've planted morning glory seeds pretty close together, some have said to thin them out, I like the way they look in the planter box all evenly growing and close together, what is best?

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