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    And you want to get rid of that crabgrass before the seeds disperse, otherwise you'll never get rid of it. The seeds can live dormant in the garden for years. They suck big time.
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    Last edited by Tbites; Sat, Jul 19th, 2014 at 05:59 AM.
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    Lots of lovely things in everyone's gardens (except that crabgrass)!

    Here are a few pics of the day lily patches in the back and the front garden lilies. I transplanted a bunch of gomphrena and zinnias in the back and front today so they will be blooming by September.

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    Really love your front garden, esp all those lilies.
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    Been eating so much salad from the garden! This week we have had lots of peas, green/yellow beans and a few cherry tomatoes.


    Not sure if I would grow this one again. purchased at superstore and there were no details saying it was a small patio variety. It is nice that it has matured earlier than the other plants.
    My three yr old gave his buddy hell last week during a playdate... He was told "they are not ready yet!" He picked 2 orange tomatoes, and 4 green ones

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    Hydrangea in full bloom! One stem has this beautiful half purple half blue flower





    Here is a sad pic I was trying to avoid this year. It has been so hot, and even watering everyday just hasn't been enough for this other hydrangea. A few cooler days to come, so hopefully not is all lost. It seems to be a bit slower to flower than others I have seen in the neighbourhood. Any suggestions for next year?




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    I love the blue hydrangeas. I had one for years and never got any blooms only to realize I was pruning it at the wrong time. It eventually got choked out by one of my Annabelle hydrangeas which freaking throw runners all over the place and take over.
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    Love those hydrangeas. Even the last sad one looks beautiful.
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    actually..it's not crab grass...I took a pic to a nursery and they said it's a species of Fountain Grass.
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    Crab grass seed pods look like this:


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    I am disappointed about the Fleabane...I was really hoping it was an annual of some sort, but i'll just pull it out.....but Im still going to leave the plants with the little flowers on them and see if something comes out. If it doesn't i'll pull it out in the fall.
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    We now have 2 strawberries

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    ooohhh...i think it is Nightshade!!! Which makes sense because I have the purple flower in the front yard!


    blech!
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    can someone rep me what they use to fertilize their plants, veggies. we have like 10 plants and nadda in veggies yet.
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    I use Miracle gro slow release pellets .
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    When I plant initially I use a mix of miracle grow, baking soda, epsom salts right in the holes with the plants
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    Not a garden picture or flowers but my neighbours had plant so many flowers like cosmos(white and red),lillies and gardénias.A little girl who was walking with her parents was so .....she litterraly take off some of the cosmos...I am sad for my neighbour who love her garden.So...uneducated child...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshyne1 View Post
    ok, so here are some more Mystery Plants I need some help with.

    This next one i really have no clue...there's no flowers or buds on it, i am assuming if it was going to flower it would've done it already, but i love the leaves, and i find them in little clusters in the back and front garden.

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    Hoping someone can help me out!!!
    This is Conyza canadensis aka Horseweed…it is a common weed - I would get rid of it asap.
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    A couple of pics.. the catalpa tree in all its glory, too bad the flowers don't last very long... and a clematis that has gone nuts, I've had it so long now I don't remember what variety it is. I'll post more later, it's quite the rigmarole posting photos from this computer. My old one was much easier to use. Doesn't help that I can't use ImageShack anymore.

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