Monday, July 12, 2004

Transplanted Flower Plants

These are 3 plants that were growing outside of my flower garden (i.e., with the other wild plants around). Gary said they might have been sowed from last year's flowerplants (which were destroyed by the fire). The left most smaller plants had striking fuschia-colored flowers. The tall rightmost plant according to my friend Bingbing said it is a tobacco kind of plant. She gave this tip: transplant flower plants AFTER they are done blooming. (Actually that is what my husband and in-laws say too, but I am quite impatient I just wanted to try to transplant them now. If they die, then I will try to watch out for the young shoots in next year's spring. If they live, well and good. AT least I tried...hehehe...) Posted by Hello

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