I went stress buying Saturday.

Grantsboro, NC(Zone 8b)

Got 3 Stella Deors or how every you say yellow lillies that bloom from Spring to fall and a big pot of some kinda moss portuc------Yellow
A red rose bush and a unwanted pot of pink with white edges petunias.

Hubby howeled. I gotta get stuff planted.

Lavina

Raleigh, NC

Hey, Lavina--you know the "unwanted" plants always do the best. Its the prized plants that wither and die.....always.

Grantsboro, NC(Zone 8b)

Yote is that King Kong still alive? I hated that thing.

Lavina

Garner, NC(Zone 7b)

I have some of those 'unwanted' pink and white petunias blooming themselves silly on the front porch rail. You're right, yote:)

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Grantsboro, NC(Zone 8b)

Bev
Did you come down and get my pot this morning? Those are what I have.LOL
Gotta let Bonjon know I saw some beautiful iris's up the road from me in bloom too.
I miss you all will be in Raleigh next week taking my oldest to Radiation treatments, wish I could come see you all.

Lavina

Raleigh, NC

King Kong is long gone, Lavina. Does that make you happy??? Those King Kong's were cool, but not too hardy.

TggFisk--where you been hiding out? Or is it me...I haven't been on DG as much as I used to. I'm tired of watering, so no reason to garden!! And to think I was happy to move here, out of the arid climate, so I could garden more....!

Garner, NC(Zone 7b)

We need to get together before I have to go back to school, yote!

Johns Island, SC

tggfisk: Did that Pomegranate survive the NC winters? Always been curious about how that experiment turned out... If it lived, it should be flowering/fruiting by now...

Garner, NC(Zone 7b)

Ah, yes! The experiment(s)...The Pom has survived although it has not flowered to date. A crazy winter last year sort of knocked it back and I was afraid that it didn't make it. I ended up cutting it back and it returned from the bottom. This year it is more of a shrub than a tree and is having to deal with a severe lack of rain. Still, it soldiers on. As long as it hangs in there, I am confident that it'll flower one of these years. I'll probably shape it up in the fall so it can eventually be a tree again.
And the ruellia...Bigger, but still in the same spot thank goodness, lol! It has not yet flowered for the season, but remember it is in a good deal of shade. I'm sure that it will as the summer progresses. I really like it since it has decided to behave:)

Raleigh, NC

Yes we do Tgg! Send me a Dmail...been meaning to write. Busy spring and summer, including major surgery for spouse, car wreck for me, lots of travel and the usual day to day stuff. We'd better hurry...August is coming, and I can't believe how fast!

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