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    I've never heard of a mock orange plant or butterfly bush...will def check them out!

    I love Freesias in the spring time...the smell is just devine! And def cherry blossoms (I've got a 50yo cherry blossom at our front door that is just magic!) I also love those plants that have white trumpet shaped flowers that grow from them (don't know the name?) And love a nice Camelia ;-)

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    Tulips are my favorite. I love roses too, they are so easy to grow

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    How did yours have babies? Mine don't do that? I only just realised today that I am supposed to prune them, they are looking fairly ragging and woody..
    I have no idea! I've just got a whole garden filled with little butterfly bushes now! Don't know if they'll flower this year though...

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    Gardenias, sunflowers, nasturtiums (edible!).......

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumwants3 View Post
    I've never heard of a mock orange plant or butterfly bush...will def check them out!

    I love Freesias in the spring time...the smell is just devine! And def cherry blossoms (I've got a 50yo cherry blossom at our front door that is just magic!) I also love those plants that have white trumpet shaped flowers that grow from them (don't know the name?) And love a nice Camelia ;-)

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    A butterfly bush is a Gaura. The mock orange is a lovely plant that is great for hedges and grows clusters of little white flowers that smell divine!

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    !! So unfair, mine totally do not have babies! Grumble, grumble! haha
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    I have no idea! I've just got a whole garden filled with little butterfly bushes now! Don't know if they'll flower this year though...

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    Oh, I didn't mean those ones. Although I do have 3 of those, and they haven't had babies, and they haven't died either - I love them.

    I meant this butterfly bush - also known as buddleia, I have two yellow (don't like those) two white (love) and one dark purple (adore!)

    http://earthworksgardens.blogspot.co...-buddleia.html

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    My favourite at the moment is bird of paradise! It's the only plant in my garden that survives my 'black' thumb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    Oh, I didn't mean those ones. Although I do have 3 of those, and they haven't had babies, and they haven't died either - I love them.

    I meant this butterfly bush - also known as buddleia, I have two yellow (don't like those) two white (love) and one dark purple (adore!)

    http://earthworksgardens.blogspot.co...-buddleia.html
    Oh, they're so pretty!


 

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