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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Gal View Post
    I'm thinking the vine could be the perennial morning glory aka bindweed. It is pretty hard to get rid of one it gets established and can spread by seed as well. They tend to wrap around and choke out other plants.
    Thanks for the info. I don't want that creeping in my yard! I will push it back through the fence ASAP.
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Size:  77.8 KBSo glad that we put in more perrenials in the beds. Most of my annuals are in planters this year. Cuts down on all the work to do, no bending to plant and you can move them around. I bought 2 tropucal hisbiscus last year and brought them in for the winter. One actualy is getting blooms! The other not so much, I had prune it back and see how it does. Its been pouring off and on all wedkend so far. We may get too much!
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    I noticed today a few rose's are in bloom. Loads of buds too. My mandevilla is about to bloom too. Geraniums and petunias are doing well. With all this rain I haven't watered the garden for a few weeks.
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    Rain has been adequate to drench flowers but not sure how much bounceback ability smaller flowers have to recover after being knocked over on stalks. Roses are doing well but two bushes have too many branches growing and few blooms. Will have to cut back branches.

    The sticky stalks flowers (don't know name) have some in bloom and others on verge of blooming. The seeds had scattered outside of their usual little zone so I have been trying to remove the others as they grow like weeds!
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    Cucumbers at the top already

    Lots of lettuce and tomatoes almost to the top of the support fence, 4 feet tall


    Geraniums doing ok


    Hydrangeas coming out now





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    Kiera's garden, some strawberries coming out




    One clematis doing ok the other one meh not bad though for the 2nd summer



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    I'm going to live in Patty's garden for the summer. breathtaking.
    our veggies are ok. they are growing. will see how they are doing in a few weeks. late bloomers.
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    I just spent the last 2hr weeding the garden. I discovered that the cutworms are much worse than I had thought. Only 1 in 6 potato plants grew, some of my rows of peas and yellow beans do not have a single plant, half of my squash plants simply didn't grow, same goes for my carrots, beets, and swisschard. I know that the growing season has been very poor so far this year, but my garden is absolutely pathetic. I plan on re-planting peas, and zucchini, etc. in the next couple of days, even though it is late. The ground is much too wet to do anything other than pull weeds, I barely used my hand shovel. Any suggestions regarding the cutworms? I already squish any that I can find.
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    I just came across this. I don't know what I have but whatever it is likes my Bok Choy a lot
    Unfortunately I let it go to seed so I am letting whatever is eating it have a filed day in the hopes it leaves the rest alone.


    http://www.almanac.com/blog/celestes...nning-cutworms
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    Patty what a beautiful yard you have, what a difference to our growing season in Alberta. I was excited to see my first buds on my Hydrangea yesterday and my peonies haven't even bloomed yet!! My cucumbers are only about a foot tall!!

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    Beautiful gardens Patty!!
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    Great garden Patty. You have a beautiful yard.
    I like Kiera's garden. Great idea those shelves.
    Love the clematis. We once had one growing on our fence but it died one year.
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    It's incredible to think that we had the most horrible freezing spring in years and now we are on our 6th day of 30+ heat. Things have just grown through the roof. If you would have told me a month ago this would be one of the better growing seasons I would have taken your temperature
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    Wow! Beautiful pictures, Patty!
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