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'Hello Yellow' butterfly weed Plant Width:2-3 feet wide sclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow' has the same butterfly-attracting qualities as the species but produces clear yellow flower clusters instead of orange ones. Grows to 3 feet tall. Zones 4-9

'Hello Yellow' butterfly weed Plant feet wide sclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow' has the same butterfly-attracting qualities as the species but produces clear yellow flower clusters instead of orange ones. Grows to 3 feet tall.

Fosythia golds so gorgeous! http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

Fosythia golds so gorgeous! http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

Sea Power | Blue Iris - Sea Power's incredibly surging bubble ruffling and its deep cornflower blue color evoke images of an angry sea responding to Neptune's command. This child of Yaquina Blue X Jazz Me Blue probably has the most lavish ruffled flower form of any blue Iris we know. An added plus is its pronounced sweet fragrance.

FRAGRANT: Tall Bearded Iris 'Sea Power' - Bubble ruffling and its deep cornflower blue color evoke images of an angry sea responding to Neptune's command. An added plus is its pronounced sweet fragrance.

but oh, so sweet http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

but oh, so sweet http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

Papaya Ağacı.

Papaya "Paw Paw" Produce fruits in tropical,sub tropical and warm temperate clicmate zones.

Johnny Jump-Ups are popping up http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-february-2014/

Johnny Jump-Ups are popping up http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-february-2014/

8 Useful Weeds and their Benefits

Backyard Bounty: 8 Useful Weeds - Gardening

Where to cut roses to help them grow bushy and flower more... after blooming cut just above an eye(shown on pic) in early spring you cut the roses all the way down... just above ground at the third eye....

Prune roses after blooming to help them grow bushy and promote more buds. Cut above an eye (shown). In early spring cut roses all the way down. just above ground at the third eye.

Wife, Mother, Gardener: Garden Bogger's Bloom Day ~ June 2011

In our small-town Pennsylvania garden, I love to walk around the house in June drinking in the scent.

the color is everywhere as if Easter had arrived:http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

the color is everywhere as if Easter had arrived:http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

dancing the night away... http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

dancing the night away... http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

Hypericum nudiflorum

Hypericum nudiflorum

they'll last floating in water for several days up to a week or more! http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

they'll last floating in water for several days up to a week or more! http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

Heuchera's healthy and happy with no frost: http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

Heuchera's healthy and happy with no frost: http://www.destinationboomers.com/garden-walks-marin-february-2014/

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