Flowers for pots?

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Registered: 07-27-2000
Flowers for pots?
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Fri, 12-26-2008 - 12:24am

I'm not much of a gardener and don't plan to become one, BUT we have a bare front yard the size of a football field and it is begging for some curb appeal.

 


~~joannaran~~

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Registered: 12-17-2007
Sat, 12-27-2008 - 11:05am

Can you tell us what gardening zone you live in?

If you do not know, you can put in your zip code here and it will tell you: http://www.gardenweb.com/zones/zip.cgi

Knowing what zone you are in can help us find good choices for you - maybe even some that you do not have to replant from year to year. In other words a carefree plant in Maine is different from a carefree plant in Georgia. lol!


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Registered: 07-27-2000
Sun, 12-28-2008 - 3:22am
Zone 5, southern Massachussetts.

 


~~joannaran~~

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Registered: 12-16-2006
Tue, 02-03-2009 - 3:31pm
I was lurking around and saw your story. I lived in the south ( Louisiana) but I have very little time for fussy plants either. Have you ever tried Day Lilies? They come in a huge varity of colors and ar green most of the year. Of course we don't get snow down here very much but when it has dropped down to freezing, I have never had any trouble with the plants coming back in the spring. They grow about 2 to 3 feet high and have nice long green slender leaves and in the spring
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