New Blooms

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  1. You know, with all this gardening business the plants that I neglected to add more of are flowers! How else are the bees going to get on over here?

    Next year I'll be sure to add flowers, but more of the edible sort!

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  2. Stunningly beautiful. I have never seen such a deep blue color in a flower before.

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  3. Thanks WL..

    Rowena you definetly need flowers in your garden!!

    My Melange, it is a Delphinium but not sure of the name. It seems to have come out darker than the
    label I have for it.

    http://www.david.bassett.care4free.net/topics3/delphs_from_seed_1.htm

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  4. Such a beautiful blue colour!

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  5. Wow, what a great color of blue

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  6. I love delphiniums and valiantly struggle to make them grow in my garden. I have absolutely no success because they disappear - and it's not the snails either!

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  7. What a beautiful colour!

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  8. Hi Anne,
    Nice to see you.
    Lovely shade of blue :)
    I don't think that this is a color that comes up often in flowers. And, I have always been partial to blue, so thumbs up !
    Our planting have not been very prolific so far. Flower seedling seem to be sprouting so slowly, and the arromatics also.
    Last year in France was a complete bust for the garden; too wet !

    See you soon ;)

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  9. I love delphiniums and tried to grow some, but alas I was not successful. I might try again this year... or next

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  10. Delphinium? Oh I just read below.. I LOVE this flower.. It's one of my favs.. I used to always plant them in my garden in San Diego... Everything really grew sooo well there... I miss having a garden...

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