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columbiariver

πŸπŸžπŸŽπŸ’πŸπŸ“πŸ₯πŸ₯•On our place for 34 years. Oregon Z-5/6. #pnw #oregon #native #plantnatives #thankyougardentags

Verbascum

  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2018
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columbiariver

#verbascum #rosemullien #yellow #pink 8.30.18 This was a super #uglyduckling when I got it. I'm in love now. #swanstory

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leno

Had to put it on the trailing wishlist 😍

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columbiariver

Can't blame you Leno. This is such a beautiful yellow and contrast plant! @leno

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gjones

Oh such pretty flowers!

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kimguy

Awww😍

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ShelleySnyder

So pretty!!💘😍

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columbiariver

I so hope it's not sterile. I've been surprised at how many plants I've purchased this year that the insects won't go near. I'm going to be more careful in the future. I've got to watch this one and get seeds if it's good. @gjones @kimguy @ShelleySnyder

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cyndi

Its very pretty

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jadojado29

Evening Laura @columbiariver Such a lovely delicate yellow, so pretty 😍😘

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columbiariver

Evening gorgeous. You're up late/early again. Thank you for your kind words. 🌺😙💜 @jadojado

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columbiariver

Thank you Jason. I'm finding it to be very pretty too 🐍😚β˜€οΈ

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ohhyouknow

Gorgeous!!

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columbiariver

I think the name #honeymustard describes it well.

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gjones

It does!

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columbiariver

I really wanted a clearer picture of the center so I could see it well. Darn @gjones

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kimguy

Wow!💛

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columbiariver

I would like to see a feature on this app that would allow us to enter new plants privately. It would prevent others from seeing pics like this. @usgardentags #prettyplease #verbascum #honeydijon 6.7.18

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ShelleySnyder

Aw Laura! You want to deny us the pleasure of your posts!?😢💘😍

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cyndi

What happened?

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cyndi

Btw we all learn from each other through good and bad

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columbiariver

I just don't think things like this need to be in the feed. When we have a lovely pic of it blooming, then it goes to feed. I enter a lot of clearance plants when I bring them home. Not pretty lol! Just a request. XOXO @cyndi @ShelleySnyder

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ShelleySnyder

I get your point, but I don't mind seeing less than perfect Plants and watch the progress of them! Xoxo💘😍

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cyndi

@shelleysnyder @columbiariver i dont mind either plus it shows others it is possible to take something that doesnt look to great on sale/clearance and have a chance of making it trive again or that its ok to fail if it doesnt but keep trying plus it rescues all those poor plants that will end up in the trash. Plus even if you fail you get dirt and another container which is worth alot for gardeners lol i have made sad sickly looking plants thrive and happy to share the process of the success👇👇

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cyndi

And failures we teach each other through both. And give courage to those who would never had tried in the first place. I believe in us as gardeners we will change the world one plant at a time 💞💗💋xoxoxo

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ShelleySnyder

@cyndi well said girl!! I agree! Laura you are out numbered on this! We all need to see the good bad and ugly! Xoxo 💘😍

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rachelbrooks

Yes please! And @ukgardentags

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awomanonabike

I agreed with you Laura then read Cyndi and Shelley’s posts and now I’m not so sure 🤔 @cyndi @ShelleySnyder @rachelbrooks

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sieveheadsarah

I think it's great that we can see how the not so great turn into the great, I get lots of reduced plants as I like to save them from plant hell!! Being able to look back at the pics is very satisfying (most of the time) I've had a few disasters but luckily many more successes 😀👍🏼😀

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