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Tuesday, August 27, 2019


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Kris P

*SIGH* Hostas are also plants I wish I could grow. I tried them in my former, shadier garden and they didn't survive long even there - I expect they'd curl up and die even before I got them out of my car trunk here.

Lisa at Greenbow

My August Lily is blooming now too. I love the smell and so do the bees and hummingbirds. I like these small lilies of the hosta family.

Linda Brazill

Locally gardeners have been complaining about them dying back from too much sun. They do like moisture and shade. Even the ones that can take sun would not be happy where you live.

Linda Brazill

The flowers on the August lilies seem more elegant than the flowers on many of the other ones. Plus I like the fact that they are white.

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