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Thanks Pat, It wont be to long now, dondi. Your on a roll tonight-Yolk oh Oh-no!
Ah, yes, the phlox went out on a chilly night...Ours are white, not as pretty, and a long way off yet!
Very pretty ...
Check your glasses, photo:-))Thanks Patti
They're beautiful! Thank you Warbler!
Creepy phlox? I think they look lovely I can't understand how you can call them creepy Warbler. OOOPs Creeping, nevermind.
They don't seem to like dry, Sandy. We have some on a ditch slope facing south and they have never done well. But, again, the deer love them. ThanksThank you Tex-another fine memory you have there!:-))You should get some too, pinknblack-carry on the tradition! ThanksGlad you liked them, Robyn.It'll come your way soon, Laura!
Well, we may have gotten flowers in this week...I haven't checked in a number of days.
Sweet and simple. Beautiful, warbler. We don't even have any flowers in the store yet. It's THAT cold up here!
A nice patch of colour warbler - thanks.
These were in both my mother and my grandmother's gardens. Beautiful photo.
They're so pretty. My Mom used to have these around her trees in the yard. Thanks, Warbler.
I love these and I think the drought killed mine. They don't look very happy.
Thanks aggie-I was surprised to see it here. It was dripping down a white painted, south facing waist high wall by an old Main Street highway.I think this is the most common color fodus. Some of the colors are super, if their growing well, especially.Is finally coming some lyndee. magnolias, plums, cherrys, and of course forsythia are doing it. It'll be your way soon and probably fast, when it comes. Have your camera ready!
Beautiful warbler. Glad Spring is actually Spring there.
i have this color and other creeping phlox, but they are not blooming yet.