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My own Garden... Arum Lilies in Abundance.
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  1. jcbralph14:55
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Hi Maureen,thanks for the reply, can't for the life of me work out why I didn't recognise the daisy. I have a slightly darker one outside the front door. Do you have alstromeria too? I know the English daisies, gerberas and gazanias. The arums in my garden multiply themselves just coming up wherever they please. We also have a lot pot (top of a large plastic pickle barrel) of them, the bottom is a container for dwarf fruit trees.

I can't get down low (actually I can but can't get up again without help) for gardening any more so everything is in pots or raised beds. The front garden is still ground level but mainly bushes and bulbs which tend to look after themselves. My 9 yr old grand-daughter helps with weeding there, everything mulched so not difficult to do. There is also a tub of succulents and one with nemesia, a white creeper and a few bits and pieces. It is a recreation and relaxation for me as is Jigidi. Hugs fellow gardener, Anne (*~*)


Hi Anther I am in South Africa on the Cape Peninsula. The two shades of pink
flowers are Marguerite Daisies the other foliage are succulents.
We started with one Arum Lily they usually grow in wet lands here,but my husband
loves getting slips and cuttings here and there and cultivating them.
The Lilies sure have multiplied ! ❤️❤️❤️


Sorry Maureen, I can only say Gail shares some of her garden too. Your patch looks as though you can grow plants similar to my area in SA (South Australia). Thanks for sharing. (*~*)


Thanks Gail, I must try this too with mine. What is the pink flower at bottom left? It looks like a type of pigface but just can't see clearly enough. Or am I way out & it's a type of daisy like the pink in bottom right? (*~*)

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