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  •  I've always... (5+ / 0-)

    loved orange in the garden!!  I love orange and green contrasting together...

    although generally I do tend towards blues.

    I picked up two types of impatiens (to go into a somewhat shady spot), the bright orange one, and another which is pink and fuchsia on the top side, with coral orange a the back side.  Kind of cool combo.  :D  You're too hot in the summer to have impatiens grow!  

    Maybe only indoors can you keep it.

    I was also able to get 2 HUGE pots of centaurea montana Amethyst on Snow... to replace what the killer leaf blowers wiped out.  

    They also had ranunculus on sale.  :D

    I also got this...

    It's not a true jasmine, but oh my... the scent is heavenly!!!  similar to wallflower, but headier.  My car smelled great as I was driving this prize home!!  

    All the suffering of this world arises from a wrong attitude.The world is neither good or bad. It is only the relation to our ego that makes it seem the one or the other - Lama Anagorika Govinda

    by kishik on Sat Apr 27, 2013 at 03:33:48 PM PDT

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    •  Carolina Jessamine! (6+ / 0-)

      Yes, it smells fantastic. Mine blooms in late Feb and into March. And now the confederate jasmine is getting ready to bloom.

      Blue and orange are a great combo. You can also punch it up with a bit of yellow. And like welso mentioned above, orange and pink work really well together too.

      I never see centaurea montana Amethyst on Snow available here. It must get too hot for it. I do have a perennial dusty miller again. It's another plant on my "Do not buy" list but I just couldn't resist when I saw them for sale earlier this spring. The flowers are so stunning.

      Not this mind and not this heart, I won't rot • Mumford & Sons

      by jayden on Sat Apr 27, 2013 at 05:27:07 PM PDT

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