Flowers 2018

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just.wing.it

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The first one looks like bonsaiable as the flower and leave are small. Why are they still in the ground? Did you mentioned that you going to sell the house on another thread.
Sorry... accidentally hit Post too soon!!

So if all goes to plan, we'll be out by June 1st.

That little one is awesome, I might dig it up...and replace it with a new one from The Depot...

I planned on taking cuttings, but you're right....
I should dig it..
 
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Sorry... accidentally hit Post too soon!!

So if all goes to plan, we'll be out by June 1st.

That little one is awesome, I might dig it up...and replace it with a new one from The Depot...

I planned on taking cuttings, but you're right....
I should dig it..
I would definitely dig it. Cutting will be years away from what it is now.
 

just.wing.it

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Sorry... accidentally hit Post too soon!!

So if all goes to plan, we'll be out by June 1st.

That little one is awesome, I might dig it up...and replace it with a new one from The Depot...

I planned on taking cuttings, but you're right....
I should dig it..
I would definitely dig it. Cutting will be years away from what it is now.
It's also a true Azalea, with 5 stamens.
 

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Now that is just about the prettiest damn flower I've ever seen!
I like it too, oleanders are sentimental to me. Once it grows a bit, I'll take some cuttings and send them to you. They root easily in a glass of water.
 

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