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    Hello @walkonby











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    Also here @walkonby

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    I also had a visit from a hummingbird moth
    https://www.facebook.com/1352278104/...3353363166285/
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    Good day @Patty Smyth !! OMG, absolutely glorious eye candy for nature lovers/gardeners. That video of the hummingbird moth was something I never even knew existed!

    all I can say now is

    https://media1.tenor.com/images/dc15...temid=17036243
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    [QUOTE=walkonby;7080240]Good day @Patty Smyth !! OMG, absolutely glorious eye candy for nature lovers/gardeners. That video of the hummingbird moth was something I never even knew existed!


    Same here, 1st time seeing a hummingbird moth. Apparently they are from the hornworm caterpillar which apparently can decimate tomato plants overnight. I guess in that sense I am lucky I never saw one before lol
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    [QUOTE=Patty Smyth;7080275]
    Quote Originally Posted by walkonby View Post
    Good day @<a href="https://forum.smartcanucks.ca/member.php?u=28775" target="_blank">Patty Smyth</a> !! OMG, absolutely glorious eye candy for nature lovers/gardeners. That video of the hummingbird moth was something I never even knew existed! <br>
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    Same here, 1st time seeing a hummingbird moth. Apparently they are from the hornworm caterpillar which apparently can decimate tomato plants overnight. I guess in that sense I am lucky I never saw one before lol
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    Hello, @Patty Smyth , I just visited your page and OMGOSH!! Your tropical gardens! You could charge money to see those plants!! I asked there what zone you're in....I'm guessing 6? Have you tried grapes? Palm tree? If anyone can do it, you can! And that hummingbird moth...it's so beautiful, and I'm glad it didn't decimate any of your plants.
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    Absolutely glorious, as always @Patty Smyth
    How do you get your banana plants so HUGE??
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJays View Post
    Absolutely glorious, as always @Patty Smyth
    How do you get your banana plants so HUGE??
    This is the 1st year I got them. I guess I picked the right spot and the right pot. I have one in the front in a smaller pot and full sun and wind and it's a third of the size.
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    [QUOTE=Lynn49;7080458]
    Quote Originally Posted by Patty Smyth View Post
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    Hello, @Patty Smyth, I just visited your page and OMGOSH!! Your tropical gardens! You could charge money to see those plants!! I asked there what zone you're in....I'm guessing 6? Have you tried grapes? Palm tree? If anyone can do it, you can! And that hummingbird moth...it's so beautiful, and I'm glad it didn't decimate any of your plants.
    Zone 5 Montreal but you know with climate change I am guessing I will be able to sneak in some zone 6 plants soon enough.
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    Before and after. Dragon Wing Begonias in the red planters and 3 Big Begonias(yes that is their common name, kind of obvious lol) in the black planter

    Planted May 20th



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    I grow a variety of flowers, and so in the open ground, and in flowerpots. I grow lilies and begonias in flowerpots. There are a couple of magnolias, which are outside in the warm season, and when it gets colder, I move them into the house. Juniper bushes grow on the territory. Orchids and indoor roses in the house on the windowsills. I love plants
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    Fall bulb deals are showing up in hardware store ads now. Keep tabs on the tulips or daffodils or whatnot you seek--soon, they'll need to be planted for spring glory next year!
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    I still dream of planting hyacinths. How do they care? I heard there are difficulties. Can you tell me how to choose bulbs? I want to buy several varieties at once for the spring. I love their smell!

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    Almost the last hurrah, fall is in the air for sure.












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    I bought a Cleopatra canna lily this year as well @Patty Smyth
    Mine didn't get as tall as yours but I was impressed with the foliage
    If it didn't bloom, I don't think I would have been too disappointed
    The blooms were just a bonus for me
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