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Landscape: Mainly ORANGE and PURPLE in the gardens: Orange and Purple

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10l11r58h
Dallas, TX

April 5, 2009
3:21 AM

Post #6365818

Your pictures are absolutely gorgeous! I am excited to see that you are in my zone! I live in north Dallas. Will you please let me know what some of the flowers are in your photos. I know the common ones, but some are not familiar. What was the purple spikey plant? Rascal
Connie_G
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

May 26, 2010
1:26 AM

Post #7828484

Are you still on here? ha...
The purple spikey thing is an Austrialus Cordylinus (not sure about the spelling!) and it froze to the ground with our hard winter, but has MANY new branches coming out of the ground that are now about a foot high or more...
The plants had grown to 8 feet in 3 years...starting over! ;-)


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