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A list by Michelle Finseth | sort by: latest
With cockle shells and silver bells, And pretty maids all in a row
Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Columbus, OhioFranklin Park Conservatory and Botanical GardensColumbus, OhioA 15ft holiday tree made up of red poinsettias at the Franklin Park Conservatory as part of their Merry and Bright holiday display.Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CaliforniaOakland Museum of CaliforniaOakland, CaliforniaLots of patience and slow motion movement to capture this rare momentSeattle Japanese Garden, Seattle, WashingtonSeattle Japanese GardenSeattle, WashingtonBeautiful fall colors.Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Mt Vernon, WashingtonSkagit Valley Tulip FestivalMt Vernon, WashingtonApril means tulips in the Skagit Valley! Fields and fields of vibrant tulips, irises and daffodils are a feast for the eyes. Bring your gum boots...Bethesda Fountain, New York City, New YorkBethesda FountainNew York City, New YorkA white waterlily blooming in Bethesda Fountain in New York City's Central Park in late October. #EndlessSummerNashville, TN, Nashville, TennesseeNashville, TNNashville, TennesseeTransitioning from summer to fall in Middle Tennessee. The crape myrtles are still blooming, but the grasses are beginning to put on a show while...Portland Japanese Garden, Portland, OregonPortland Japanese GardenPortland, OregonSuch detail and precision. Stunning!Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Nashville, TennesseeCheekwood Estate and GardensNashville, TennesseeCheekwood Botanic Gardens always has a different theme for it's fall festival. Why not an organic pumpkin house with thatched roof? #whimsy...Portland Rose Gardens, Portland, OregonPortland Rose GardensPortland, OregonIt's called the city of roses for a reason- Take a slow stroll (just before sunset) and enjoy the staggering number of beautiful roses.Grand Lake, ColoradoGrand LakeColoradoFall #colorfulSouth Sabula Lakes Park, Sabula, IowaSouth Sabula Lakes ParkSabula, IowaA pair of black swallowtail caterpillars in the wildflowers. Some insects are incredible beautiful. When these turn into butterflies the colors are...Missouri Botanical Garden, St Louis, MissouriMissouri Botanical GardenSt Louis, Missouri@ Sig A flower for you, for recommending this beautiful place.Missouri Botanical Garden, St Louis, MissouriMissouri Botanical GardenSt Louis, MissouriIf ever in Missouri, Please stop at this beautiful spot. Wow, couple of hours not enough time.Glacier National Park, Hungry Horse, MontanaGlacier National ParkHungry Horse, MontanaAmazing flowers at Many GlaciersManito Park, Spokane, WashingtonManito ParkSpokane, WashingtonBeautiful park located on the south hill of Spokane. September is an ideal month to see all the flowers. Very popular location with many pro...Gibbs Gardens - closed until Feb. 14, 2020, Cherokee County, GeorgiaGibbs Gardens - closed until Feb. 14, 2020Cherokee County, GeorgiaPerfect treePike Place Fish Market, Seattle, WashingtonPike Place Fish MarketSeattle, WashingtonAt the flower market stall in Pike Place. #BestOf5Haleakalā National Park, Maui, HawaiiHaleakalā National ParkMaui, HawaiiThere were many rare silversword plants in bloom at Haleakala, the only place they're found.Bellevue Botanical Garden, Bellevue, WashingtonBellevue Botanical GardenBellevue, WashingtonI stopped by this place today before the foliage turn brown as the season gets ready for Fall. It is a great place to escape the city yet it is...Bellevue Botanical Garden, Bellevue, WashingtonBellevue Botanical GardenBellevue, WashingtonI stopped by this place today before the foliage turn brown as the season gets ready for Fall. It is a great place to escape the city yet it is...
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            Peony will grow if there is fertile soil, and sun, and water. Of course , it will grow in pots. In the case of pots, the size about 3~5 times the against a seeding, and is there in depth would be good.
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            It is necessary to give the water when the soil dries, and have to not dried it when it see the bud in particular...( in the case of pots in particular) Fertilizer, it give to two time period of every year the March and September. When give it more and more, it will be very growth...but the flower do not bloom.
          3. > 1y
            Freesia, it will be planting bulbs in October to November, and will be flower blooms around time in March to May. Will give the water when the soil is dry. Fertilizer, it will be give until flower blooms. ( liquid fertilizer)
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            Bag flower...until November, sunny location outdoors is good. But it grow at sunny location indoor from November. Potted better. May- July is flowering season. Fertilizer, it will give to summer.
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            Passiflora...Vine plants. June- September is flowering season. It prefer a sunny location, Pitted better.
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            Thank you for all the great information @Pink Topaz
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            You're welcome @Michelle Finseth
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