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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 1, 2012
9:53 AM

Post #9225978

Two bad picks but nice plants.
1. Yellow standing cypress, these came from the 2 red plants I got accidentally last year
2. Clemetis texensis, delicate and lovely - I have broken this poor plant off to the roots twice this year.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 1, 2012
9:54 AM

Post #9225980

2

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 1, 2012
10:13 AM

Post #9225997

Very nice Cheryl, I love standing cypress but it hates my place, so I leave it alone.

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 2, 2012
7:41 AM

Post #9226968

I need to hurry up and dig up more of my yard and extend my flower bed in the back! I'd love to have some standing cypress of any color!

Just the same ol' same ol' blooming here.

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 2, 2012
10:56 AM

Post #9227175

Nothing wrong with that Stephanie.
City_Sylvia
Dallas, TX

August 2, 2012
11:12 AM

Post #9227195

Very pretty Stephanie! I am going to let my Obedient plants wander, now that I know what they are.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 2, 2012
11:50 AM

Post #9227223

Sylvia they can literally take over your yard so be careful where you let them wander to...
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 2, 2012
8:48 PM

Post #9227758

stephanietx wrote:I need to hurry up and dig up more of my yard and extend my flower bed in the back! I'd love to have some standing cypress of any color!

Just the same ol' same ol' blooming here.


What is that lavender colored flower? I bought one and it's been lovely but i didn't write it down in my journal. I was told it was indigenous to our area.
Thanks!

bananna18
Colleyville, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 2, 2012
9:02 PM

Post #9227773

Cheryl, you probably did your texensis a favor...the "experts" say to trim down a young plant during the first 2 years for better root development.
I will have to check if anything is alive in my yard...
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 3, 2012
5:17 AM

Post #9227923

LOL then it should have very nice roots!

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 3, 2012
2:12 PM

Post #9228505

Sweet, the lavender flowers are Obedient Plant. They can be very invasive, but in this particular spot in my garden, they're fairly well behaved.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 3, 2012
7:47 PM

Post #9228862

Ohhhh, thank you Stephanie! I had been searching for the name, unsuccessfully. I'd planted it in one of my vegetable gardens for some native flowers; bad idea?
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 3, 2012
8:05 PM

Post #9228880

Mexican Sunflowers;
Obedient Plant (Thank you, Stephanie!)
Unknown to me
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 4, 2012
9:51 AM

Post #9229301

Does anyone know how to rotate the photos? Edit only lets me change the text.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 4, 2012
9:54 AM

Post #9229307

You can do it on the pc before you upload them. If they are taken on your phone like mine, I first copy them to the pc then rotate them before posting. I suspect you can do it from my phone but am too lazy to figure out how. As for the obedient plant, it depends on the area. If you want veggies in that bed I would not put in obedient plants. In good soil that is watered well, they spread like crazy for me and I spent hours removing their underground roots and runners.
C
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 4, 2012
10:41 AM

Post #9229346

Minerature pink water lily. Not native but so pretty. This little plant just got some leaves. I thought the pond snails that invaded had eaten it to death.
C
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 4, 2012
9:43 PM

Post #9229922

sweetmommy, the blue flowered plant is Rotheca myricoides, var. Blue Butterflies and yours is gorgeous. Roots pretty easily in water. It's tropical so I will have to take cuttings if we have a real winter this year.

I have Queen's Wreath that is so pretty just now, Lantanas of several colors blooming, Vinca, Angelonia, Rudbeckia, plumeria, roses and brugmansia, yellow and pink both blooming. I have magenta 4 o'clocks, and some crazy mixed up azaleas are blooming and no, they were not supposed to be the everblooming variety! Elderberry and purslane and my super dependable Mexican Petunias are a knockout. Pink Gaura is pretty now, my begonias are suffering from this heat by looking pale and my Blue Butterflies is blooming as well. Photos tomorrow, if possible.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 5, 2012
11:59 AM

Post #9230412

Thank you, Steadycam! It just appeared in my garden (or I forgot about it!!).
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 5, 2012
12:02 PM

Post #9230416

Newtons- They look upright on my computer but, somehow, flip when I upload.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 6, 2012
3:44 PM

Post #9232091

Desert marigold I started from seed. Lovely gray leaves and a bright yellow flower. I need to grow more of these in full sun. It did not bloom much in the part shade area. I am thinking next year in the cactus bed.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 6, 2012
3:48 PM

Post #9232099

Red dome blanket flower. A plant whose blooms are only appreciated up close. I only had 3 come up this year. I think they got crowded out by a ton of larger plants.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 6, 2012
3:51 PM

Post #9232101

Ruellia n. are coming up everywhere. These replaced the yellow dogweed that seeded itself all over these cracks. I find the seedlings have long roots and are hard to pull. Still its too lovely to be on the naughty list. I am seriously removing it from some beds though.
C

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 6, 2012
5:09 PM

Post #9232225

I love those little ruellia! I have them in a couple of spots in my garden, but this is the first year they're really big enough to do anything.
City_Sylvia
Dallas, TX

August 6, 2012
7:56 PM

Post #9232458

very cute! I have the low growing Ruellia and its one hardy plant!
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 7, 2012
12:18 AM

Post #9232597

Oh they are hardy and I have it in every area of my yard now.

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 7, 2012
4:48 AM

Post #9232662

Ruellia nudiflora is a wonderful plant for Texas.
Cheryl you always manage to have some very neat plants.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 7, 2012
8:15 AM

Post #9232923

newtons - I have never seen that particular blanket flower. It is so different looking...love it.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 7, 2012
8:20 AM

Post #9232934

Morganc,
They are very easy to start from seed. Winter sowing works well.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 7, 2012
9:11 AM

Post #9232993

My first heart leaf hibiscus flowers. Josephine how do you over winter these?
C

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 7, 2012
9:29 AM

Post #9233020

My ironweed is continuing to bloom. I love these bright purple flowers!

Tall Mexican Petunias are enjoying the hot weather.

My Esperanza is also enjoying the hot temps. Such a bright spot in the flower bed.

This little Katie's Blue ruellia has been blooming off and on the past month or so. I think it's an overachiever! LOL

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 7, 2012
10:26 AM

Post #9233083

Cheryl, I bring the pots into the garage during freezing weather. They sure are pretty.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 7, 2012
10:43 AM

Post #9233106

So you keep them outside and bring them in for the occasional day/week of low temps. Do you mean when its going to drop below 32 or colder?
C

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 7, 2012
11:44 AM

Post #9233173

Cheryl, you know, those times when you're running outside in your jammies hauling your plants in!! LOL
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 7, 2012
1:03 PM

Post #9233239

I am trying to do that less and less. I have really reduced my number of potted plants that have to be dealt with that way. I have some that come in for the entire winter and only a few that I run out half naked to rescue.
C

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 7, 2012
2:37 PM

Post #9233327

Yes, when it is going to drop below 32, sometimes if they are in a large pot and it is marginally cold, you can just throw a tarp on them for the night.
Garden_Sass
Central, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 9, 2012
5:07 AM

Post #9235309

newtonsthirdlaw wrote:Red dome blanket flower. A plant whose blooms are only appreciated up close. I only had 3 come up this year. I think they got crowded out by a ton of larger plants.


Love it! They're really beautiful, not showy as big flowered plants are, but petite little ladies appreciated close up - punctuation marks along the garden path...

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 11, 2012
8:49 AM

Post #9237719

Bee convention on my passiflora foetida. I'm going to have to trim off some of the vines because they're overtaking everything around it.

Strawberry Gomphrena and West Texas Mistflower

I caught a couple of yellow four o'clocks still open this morning. This plant is loaded with blooms!

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 11, 2012
8:59 AM

Post #9237730

My little flame acanthus has been blooming like crazy! I thought I'd lost this last year, but it came back!

The frostweed is blooming like crazy.

sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 12, 2012
10:03 AM

Post #9238891

Stephanie-Are the yellow Four O'Clocks fragrant?

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 12, 2012
6:32 PM

Post #9239399

Well, I don't really know. I'm not usually out when they're in bloom! LOL I've not noticed a strong aroma, tho.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 13, 2012
11:32 AM

Post #9240125

Mexican Sunflower
Moss Roses
Cardinal Vine, Geranium, & Morning Glories
Mexican Sunflower with a friend
Loofah flower w/friend

This message was edited Aug 13, 2012 1:37 PM
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 13, 2012
11:47 AM

Post #9240147

More Loofah
Japanese Morning Glories
Geraniums & Butterfly Pea vine
Fuchsia Four O'Clocks (Sorry, it wasn't 4:00!)
Yarrow??? (Help!)

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 13, 2012
4:17 PM

Post #9240436

Beautiful and so bright and vivid!
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 13, 2012
11:41 PM

Post #9240836

Sorry, I tried to figure out how to rotate the photos but I still haven't a clue. "Edit" on DG only gives me wording options & they show upright on my computer before posting.

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 14, 2012
8:37 AM

Post #9241160

You have to edit and rotate using your photo software before uploading. Edit on DG is just to change text.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 14, 2012
10:14 AM

Post #9241296

Thank you, Stephanie. They show upright on my computer before I post them but show up rotated on DG. I'll keep trying.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 14, 2012
8:55 PM

Post #9241885

So much color and brightness. Love the Cardinal Vine Sweetmom...and Loofah...who knew it grew a flower like that.

Stephanie - your yard is beautiful as always

So fellow Texans - my DH and I are looking for other flowers to put in...something that blooms from spring to frost. Any suggestions?

This first two is the Datura I planted from seed this year. It went from bud to flower so fast.
Canna - Burning Ember
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 15, 2012
7:23 AM

Post #9242163

morganc- That Datura looks like a work of art!
I can highly recommend the Loofah for a spot that needs a big vine and no care. It has huge, single hibiscus-like flowers, plus you get lots of loofahs to share. I should have thousands of seeds by Winter, if anyone wants some, just let me know.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 15, 2012
8:26 AM

Post #9242211

Thank you sweetmom - I think most flowers look like works of art! And YES I would like some seeds, I'll D-mail my info to you. So what do the loofahs look like?
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 15, 2012
10:41 PM

Post #9243139

I would like a loofah vine next yr. Can you save me some seed, too?
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 15, 2012
11:31 PM

Post #9243146

Here are some photos I promised. Queen's Wreath, Esperanza, Elderberry, Firespike and Duranta White.

This message was edited Aug 16, 2012 1:35 AM

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 16, 2012
4:49 AM

Post #9243219

Very nice plants indeed.!!
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 16, 2012
9:20 AM

Post #9243453

So pretty steadycam!
I should have more than enough Loofah seeds for everyone;just Dmail me your adresses.

Loonie1

Loonie1
Rowlett, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 16, 2012
10:08 AM

Post #9243507

Rowlett got 2-1/2" night before last and my flowerbeds have exploded with growth and blooms. Hope to get some photos this weekend. RAIN!! In August!!!!!

Carla
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 16, 2012
1:48 PM

Post #9243796

Lucky!

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 16, 2012
8:02 PM

Post #9244181

This is the first time I've seen one of these ruellias bloom so prolifically! It was so gorgeous and really a nice surprise.

I had 2 monarchs visiting my mistflower this morning. So fun to watch them.

My blackfoot daisy has started blooming again. Love this little plant!
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 16, 2012
10:41 PM

Post #9244259

Awesome ruellia! Ive never seen one so full of flowers either. Maybe it was the rain.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 18, 2012
10:32 AM

Post #9245645

I can smell these 4 O'Clocks from 100 feet away. Not sure why no one has tried to bottle this scent!

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 18, 2012
11:26 AM

Post #9245698

You are right, they smell wonderful!!
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 18, 2012
3:03 PM

Post #9245890

Once when I lived in a apt, I put 5gallon buckets of 4 o'clocks on my stair landing at my door so I could enjoy the fragrance. I had yellow, fuschia and white but none of them had any fragrance. I asked a lot of people why not and no one I talked to had any answers. I tried changing the pH of the soil but that did not fix it. I just charged it to their being in pots but never knew why.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 18, 2012
4:45 PM

Post #9245960

This one is in a big pot but I have others in the ground & they all smell great. Someone gave me some seeds for a salmon colored variety but it had no scent. Maybe it's the variety?

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 18, 2012
6:31 PM

Post #9246038

The pink hurricane lilies have started blooming! I'm so happy as I transplanted the bulbs earlier this spring. I didn't know if they'd bloom this year or not.

White Salvia greggii and Esperanza

Gomphrena "Strawberry Fields" and Mealy Blue Sage

A garden visitor between rain showers this afternoon.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 18, 2012
8:32 PM

Post #9246152

Such pretty hurricane lilies!
Does your Salvia greggii bloom in the winter? The USDA plant database says that it does but I don't think I've seen it in winter.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 18, 2012
10:28 PM

Post #9246215

Another wonderful scent in the garden is our Lakeside Jasmine. It bursts into bloom like this 4 to 5 times a year.
Our Cleo Canna
Pink Plumeria
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 18, 2012
10:33 PM

Post #9246218

I think your canna has the virus.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 19, 2012
8:33 AM

Post #9246455

What virus?
steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

August 19, 2012
5:10 PM

Post #9246951

Google canna virus. I got some cannas in trade and all my cannas eventually succombed. It makes striped leaves, spots of no color on blooms and eventually crinkled foliage. It eventually kills.

bezziec

bezziec
Beverly Pflugerville, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 19, 2012
6:03 PM

Post #9247010

I think your cannas are magnificant!!

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 23, 2012
9:45 AM

Post #9251217

With the rain and the cooler weather, many of my plants are coming back to life and putting on blooms.

Rock Rose

Rain lilies (& seed pods)

Four Nerve Daisy

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 23, 2012
9:54 AM

Post #9251226

Blackfoot Daisy

I got this little Brazilian Red ruellia this spring at the round up. I've so enjoyed it!

Turk's Cap is bright and beautiful as always.

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 23, 2012
10:03 AM

Post #9251231

This volunteer lantana horrida continues to do well and bloom. It's not really in a good location, but it's gonna stay in my landscape.

This is an unknown red salvia volunteer. I would like to have more of these, but everything in that bed overtakes these. LOL

The toad lilies have started blooming!!
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 25, 2012
3:18 PM

Post #9253560

I thought I would send August off with a bang! This rock penstemon is reblooming and looks like its on fire.
C

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 25, 2012
3:57 PM

Post #9253609

Very nice, Cheryl!!

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 25, 2012
8:22 PM

Post #9253831

Yes, very nice indeed!!
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 25, 2012
11:54 PM

Post #9253923

Giant Swallowtail on Mexican Sunflower, Texas Star Hibiscus & Plumeria

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 26, 2012
5:30 AM

Post #9254051

Sweetmommy, do you have dear around your area? and if so do they eat the Texas star hibiscus?
Someone asked me about it, bur we don't have dear in the city, so i don't know, maybe someone does.
Josephine.
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 26, 2012
11:05 AM

Post #9254395

Hi Josephine. We do have deer in our area but I rarely see them. I have a couple of Great Pyranees that keep most wild animals away from our house. I don't know if they're deer resistant or not.

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 26, 2012
5:14 PM

Post #9254678

Well, it was worth a try, thank you for the response.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 26, 2012
6:57 PM

Post #9254796

garlic chives
purple skullcap (horribly leggy, too little sun?)
I planted 3 celosia to fill in an empty spot and this is how they spread after I cut off the main bloom.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 26, 2012
6:59 PM

Post #9254799

3
sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 26, 2012
11:02 PM

Post #9254960

frostweed wrote:Sweetmommy, do you have dear around your area? and if so do they eat the Texas star hibiscus?
Someone asked me about it, bur we don't have dear in the city, so i don't know, maybe someone does.
Josephine.


Have you tried Quinoa? The deer don't like it and the grains come in some very pretty colors. Plus it's healthy to eat!

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 29, 2012
6:48 AM

Post #9258013

Who can't love Cowpen Daisies?

The color of this Salvia is stunning. If only I could remember the name! I will have to research it.

The cooler temps have brought out the Texas Betony & Zexmenia blooms

sweetmommy
Fulshear, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 29, 2012
9:31 AM

Post #9258183

Lovely, Stephanie!

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 29, 2012
9:34 AM

Post #9258188

The salvia looks like Cedar Sage very nice and healthy looking.

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 29, 2012
2:06 PM

Post #9258482

If memory serves me correctly (which is questionable lately!!), it's Bog Sage.

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 29, 2012
3:49 PM

Post #9258602

Well, here is Bog Sage; http://www.my-photo-gallery.com/bog-sage-flowers-187/
and Cedar Sage; http://www.wildflower.org/gallery/result.php?id_image=24452

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 29, 2012
8:41 PM

Post #9258925

I know for certain it's not Cedar Sage because the plant is too tall for that. I do have some cedar sage, though.

Now that I'm home, I checked my trade list and it's Red Mountain Sage. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/64090/

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 29, 2012
9:08 PM

Post #9258942

Yes, your picture does look like the link you posted.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 31, 2012
10:24 AM

Post #9260464

Stephanie - I love your red Sage. We have red, but not that deep cherry red...so pretty. And our Hummers and Bees LOVE the Salvia

newton - do the garlic chives smell? Our skullcap is looking scraggly too...one croaked already.

sweetmommy - lovely, lovely blooms. And a mongo butterfly!

Our Texas Sage was in bloom this morning with Bees all over it.

Salvia with friend

I think this third one is a weed...maybe Binda Vine? Pretty flower, but we usually pull these.

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 31, 2012
10:48 AM

Post #9260490

Morgan, you should enter your picture of Texas Sage in a contest. I have never seen one like it, how did you manage the lighting? It is amazing.
Josephine.

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 31, 2012
1:40 PM

Post #9260698

frostweed - Thank you. I've been taking lots of back lit photos in the morning and sunset. This one was practically straight into the morning sun. I was looking to get a bee back lit, but snapped so many a few came out pretty good.

Here's another but the bee is way blurry...they just don't hold still and pose like I want them to! LOL

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 31, 2012
3:49 PM

Post #9260839

Very nice, but the other one is amazing.

stephanietx

stephanietx
Fort Worth, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 31, 2012
4:50 PM

Post #9260880

I agree! That first pic is amazing!

morganc

morganc
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 31, 2012
10:17 PM

Post #9261146

Thank you guys so much. Until digital came along I never really cared for photography...now it's fun!

frostweed

frostweed
Josephine, Arlington, TX
(Zone 8a)

September 1, 2012
5:00 AM

Post #9261235

Yes, it surely is.

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