Random plant pics

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  1. Annageckos

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    I just got my computer up and going. I have been using a different comp. and all my pics are on mine. Also, I just found my camera charger!!! So I got my pics now.
    1) Bleeding Heart
    2)New arbor we built covered in morning glory, black eye susan vine and moon flower
    3)Morning glory

    Anna
     

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    1 Morning glory
    2 section of my garden
    3 Morning glory
     

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    1 I forget what this is. But the flowers look like little hummingbirds in flight
    2 Caladium
    3 Moon flower vine. This is the only one to have leaves like this. I really like it.
     

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    Almost done....

    1 really cool caladium up close
    2 saim ruby banana plant
    3 fuzzy face sunflower
     

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    Last one, thou I still have a ton of pics!!

    1 Pokadot plant
    2&3 are the same type of plant but I forget what it is called
     

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    Sure like that sort of striped morning glory. Picture 4. It is very different from the normal run of the mill morning glory.
     
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    The purple and white striped morning glory I THINK was labled something like "blue hawaiian" or "hawaii blue". BUT, I planted some (it was a six or 8 pack of started plants) in full sun and some in shade. The ones in full sun look like the pic and they stay open all day. The ones in shade have been much slower to flower and have less flowers, they are also a different color, thou the leaves all look the same(large, verigated) I really like them and they are growing like CRAZY, like 8 inches a day. They have slowed down now, but still blooming like nuts.
     
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    Nice pictures!!

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    I have some more pics today
    1 Jade plant
    2 Aloe (the tag said 'blue elf')
    3 Pancake plant (as per tag) it is a succulent and my beaded dragon nearly killed it, it looked dead, no leaves, snapped the top off. Now it is doing great
     

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    Love the jade, gives me an Idea of what mine would look like in the future when mine gets going. The red tip one
     
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    1 Hibiscus
    2 Blue meditranian fan palm
    3 Verigated cattail
    4 Geranium ( Nearly dead, got it off the clearance rack)
    5 Unsure also got it from the clearance rack nearly dead
    6 Morning glory


    BTW, I just found out that I can load more than 3 pics at a time!!
     

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    Next set

    1,2&3 are all the same type of plant, just can't remember the name. On the first pic, on the yellow flower to the right is a little spider, which I didn't see at the time of the photo. The flower is only maybe 1/2in aross

    4 Sorry, can't remember the name at this time, I know it begains with a 'D'

    5 Morning glory again, this one is pink, others comming off the same plant are purple. The pink one was in the shade, under the leaves. It seems like the less light the lighter the flower, more light, more intense colors. Thou I like the pale pastely look of this one.

    6 Spider flower
     

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    1 Hanging basket I made with Globe flower and Rose moss

    2 Pincushion plant from a seed packet 'Scabiosa' These guys got to be a couple of feet tall!

    3 Unsure of name, they look like a small patunia with a woody stem. The hummingbirds LOVE these

    4&5 More Morning Glories

    6 Cypress vine
     

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    The Jade plant has the red lining is out in full sun. When I had it inside it was a deeper green color. I think that they will only get the red in high light. Here is some more pics. (I love taking pics, one of my hobbies, I have hunderds on my computer, maybe more. I can easily take 100 at a shot)

    1 Not sure, may be Tickseed. It was in a wildflower mix

    2,3&4 Morning glories, I have a lot. The bee in the first pic landed just as I was pressing the shudder, perfect timing

    5 Pokadot plants

    6 Mixed Caladium
     

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    Last for now. If anyone else wants to share their pics go for it.

    1 Morning glory

    2 Butterfly on a Zinnia flower. I did not plant any zinnia's, I had two pop up on oppisite sides of my garden, one on each side

    3 Sunflower

    4 Nasturtium, grew these for my beaded dragon to eat, but I really like this plant, easy to grow and hardy

    5 'Black Rose' geranium. It looks better in person. It is much deeper, velvety black with a hint of dark red

    6 Baby snake plant sprouting up. I really don't need any more of this plant, but I wanted to see if I could propogate it.

    7 Verigated Spider plant, I tried something different with it. It is not in a hanging basket, I got two, three foot bamboo arches and twisted the long stalks with the flowers and baby plants up it
     

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    Thanks. I just got a macro lens and been playing around with it a bit. So here are some more pics.

    1 Moss Rose

    2,3&4 Morning glories

    5 Unsure, it is, I think, a weed. It is a vine that popped up. The flowers are about an inch wide, pretty little things.

    6 Doubled flower hibiscus
     

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    Very nice!



    Yeah, I love to goof around with my camera too. Plants makes excellent subjects!


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