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David

Loving other people's gardens on GT and with a little help from the community I hope to one day love my own!

Zantedeschia rehmannii

  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2020
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David

These are looking so impressive this year. It’s their 4th year so they’ve really matured. And they look even better against the newly painted fence!

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uaskigyrl

Gorgeous!

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lovestogarden

Those leaves are so glossy!

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lovemygarden65

Beautiful 💚🤍💚

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brightcolours

Very stylish pairing!

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telswirld

👌🏻 gorgeous 🤍 mine were flattened by the gales yesterday 😏

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David

@telswirld sorry to hear that. Hopefully they will bounce back

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2017
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David

These are looking rather lovely this morning! They look like dance partners!! 🕺💃🏼 (I keep seeing things in my plants... maybe I need help?!)

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thomasrat3

I think they are doing the Viennese Waltz David😂😍

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David

Glad I'm not the only one Ann! 😜@thomasrat3

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kathy

Overwintered one of mine but don't know if it's the yellow or black one🤔

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David

Which are you hoping for @Kathy?! I love the black ones!

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linfoster

Mine are nearly there i just hope they look as good as yours 😊

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kathy

Definitely black @David

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juliesgarden

👌👌

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rachelbrooks

Sounds perfectly normal...my Clematis practices yoga! 👍🏼😉 they're very beautiful dance partners 👌🏼

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pasha

Great photo lovely

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Naomi126

Love that @rachelbrooks perfect visual image in my minds eye 👌📸👌

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2016
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David

A new addition to the garden. I've always admired these in other people's gardens but I've always been nervous about having them in my relatively dry garden as they always seem healthiest when surrounding streams and brooks in France! I'll just have to remember to water them regularly I guess...! 💦

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sara2309

David they thrive in my local area and they are left to their own devices. My neighbours have a huge plant in their garden and he does nothing with it and it has about 20 flowers stems on it right now.

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David

@sara2309 and @debrascott thank you that's very reassuring! Especially as my track record with staying on top of watering is not that good ;-)

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christineb

Very regal 👌

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wizine

Love this would like them in my garden, but been told not to have Lily's with dogs

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katgreen

@wizine usually you will find that animals have a built in instinct for things like that or if your unsure try one in a pot out of reach 😊

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nanda

Yes everything in lilies is poison for cats and dogs. Normally they avoid this kind of things but if pollen goes on their fur and they leak it you will have a very poorly pet to say the least.

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inlove

I wouldn't worry, they are tuff as old boots, just mind the snails, they love to hyde inside the steams 😏

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titchyfra

Fabulous plant @David so elegant and just keeps flowering and flowering 👏👏

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diland72

Mine are in full sun and never water them - always get lots of blooms. Mine do get a lot of mulch from bluebell foliage as they die back so maybe this helps

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tejinder

Love these but never been able to grow them, please advise as I'm a new Gardner. Thnx

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Greenadvice

I love these too, after seeing lots of then in Gardens around Chepstow where I've been staying for a few days I'm going to try again. We do get lots of slugs and snails so I may be waiting my time😩

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