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Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

We came from here ~ http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/760762/#new ~ and here ~ http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/761614/#new ~ and here is another thread ~ http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/760074/

And... thanks to JudyCooksey for linking us to the original, the mother thread ~ "Show us your whites..." http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/758961/#new

All were great fun and interesting information on a variety of plants. What's left? We need to see your orange or yellow blooms and foliage.

What's next? Hmmmmm.... maybe green? Who knows!

See you in the garden ~ Daves garden that is!

St. Andrews cross ~ herb and wildflower

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Central, AL(Zone 7b)

Yellow Tiger Lilies...

Please everyone join in, Pod thank you for linking our threads....

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Hmm. The only pix I have are at home, so I'll have to post later!

Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

Please do! We will look forward to it.

Kim, wasn't there a white bloom thread ~ I missed linking that ~ need to go look.

Golden Coreopsis

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Central, AL(Zone 7b)

Pod,
Betty started out with Purple, then pink, then yellow.....

Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

O.K. ~ that means we can still DO white... LOL

Pocahontas, TN(Zone 7b)

Here is the link to "Show us your whites" http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/758961/

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Central, AL(Zone 7b)

At the meanwhile, yellow it's....
Although, it isn't a blossom, it's yellow. lol. My two year old-lemon - not the tree, the lemon. lol.

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Central, AL(Zone 7b)

Yellow anomineas (sp.?) with red K.O. Rose in background. (an annual tuber/corm in our zone). They open up like that of double Roses, in various shade of color, I've both the yellow and pink last season, interplanted with Tulips, top dressed with Pansie. Good combination to dress up your spring garden.

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Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

Thanks much for the link Judy ~ I thought there was one but have "sometimers" disease. Sometimes I remember and sometimes I don't. : )

Greens will have to be next... lol

Pocahontas, TN(Zone 7b)

Syrumani

Happy Birthday!!!!!

Judy

Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Thank you, Judy!

Central, AL(Zone 7b)

Oooh it's Syrumani's b-day? Let me go and find her a bouquete.....be right back.

Central, AL(Zone 7b)

How about this? Happy birthday Syrumani.
Kim

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Thanks, Kim! Best bouquet I've gotten all day!
Nichole

Ripley, MS

Happy Birthday Nichole, we would have started you a thread of your own, but I guess it is a little late now, It is a little cooler here today and I have been outside most of the day.
I hope you have many many wishes come true today and you have many more happy days ahead.
Sandra

Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

Happy Birthday Nichole. Here is a pretty Yellow Datura for you.

Kim...Thanks for noticing.

Betty

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Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

Cup Plant and Pipevine Swallowtail

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Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

What about the Carolina Allspice. Smells like fresh Pineapple.

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Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

OK cheating here. LOL
Yellow and Purple Iris

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Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

Yellow Dahlia. Holding up in the heat

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Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

Last one for now.

A Perennial Sunflower that is blooming now. I will have plenty of seeds for anyone that wants them. Beautiful plant about 8 foot tall.

Back later

Betty

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Brandon, MS(Zone 8a)

zzzzz. I'm here! Kim, don't know what to say about your Senna. Did it get plenty of sun?

Pod, you are so funny. LOL'd at your "Beware" and "sometimers" disease.

Oh, Happy BD Syrumani. Are you enjoying the yellow parade?

Kim, gorgeous poenies. I can't grow them here. Too hot. They bloom magnificently for a day and then they look sick and the foliage turns brown. I understand there are new varieties for the South.

Betty, gorgeous yellow Datura. Will you have seeds? Everybody's yellows are gorgeous. Martha

Sultry Rose.

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Ok, here goes with the yellows and oranges!

We'll start with my two marigolds . . .

This is Tagetes erecta Simba

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Simba #2

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

I'm not sure what this one is specifically . . . I do know it is a marigold, though. I didn't buy any seeds that had flowers that look like this . . . I'm wondering if maybe a stray made it into my Simba seeds. If anyone does know which marigold this is, please let me know!

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Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

Now those are beautiful! Do they smell like marigolds?

Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Unknown marigold - closer up . . .

What I do know about this marigold, is that it is at least 36" - in a pot.

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

Podster - which one? The Simba or the Simba Not? The flowers themselves do not have a strong smell,but the plant part smells . . . marigoldish.

Here is my peach moss rose (does peach count?):

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

And, since my baby is starting to fuss, here is a flower from my loofa vine:

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Aberdeen, NC

Here is a yellow blooming hoya... smells wonderful too!

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Aberdeen, NC

Betty, I love your datura. What a beautiful picture, award winning....

Aberdeen, NC

This orchid has a little bit of yellow... does that count? LOL

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Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

Pretty loofa bloom! If I have a vote I'd say yes ~peach counts. What beautifully brilliant colors you have chosen Syrumani... very nice.

Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

I have never seen a yellow Hoya ~ that is gorgeous. Do you know the cultivar?

Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

Hi Karen. Pretty Hoya. Good to see you posting photos again Woo Hoo
Yes, that is enough yellow in that beautiful Orchid to count.

Martha. Depends on this silly weather. I think I still have some yellow seeds from last year but the flowers are wilting so quick this year I don't know about seeds this year.

Nichole. Love the marigolds. How old is your baby?

Yellow Trillium from Spring.

Betty

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Nashville, TN(Zone 6b)

Sorry folks. Don't try to open that photo. My brain wasn't into this. LOL I forgot to resize the photo.
Betty

Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

I just remembered . . . I have pale yellow petunia plants going. I'll keep an eye out for a bloom, so I can add it to the list!

I got my Candlestick Cassia seeds in the mail today. And, since I ordered 2 batches, I'm going to experiment. In one envelope there were 20 seeds, so I'm going to soak them all - half nicked, half not. Then, once they're nice and soaked, I'll put half of the nicked and half of the not nicked seeds in a dome w/heat mat, the other half just in the sun on a tray. It'll be interesting to see which (if any) germinate.

Next year my garden will be a butterfly haven!

Aberdeen, NC

How about these sky rockets for action? Hoya multiflora... It has been blooming like this all summer.

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Whitsett, NC(Zone 8a)

She just turned 15 months last week. She's not exactly a "baby" anymore, but she'll always be my baby girl. And, just so he's not left out, my son will always be my baby boy.

(there's yellow in the background . . . . lol)

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