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Apricot Diascia


Apricot Diascia (Diascia)

This has proved to be hardy in my garden - it has been flowering for months with the Phormium.



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Its lovely Spritz....

6 Nov, 2009

 

Mine finished ages ago Spritz....

6 Nov, 2009

 

i have trouble keeping this going.

6 Nov, 2009

 

Lovely colour :) I've left some in some hanging baskets, just to see :))))

7 Nov, 2009

 

Sbg - maybe it's because we are milder down here?

G. yours should survive - you'll have to cut out dead bits in the spring, and possibly give it a light hair-cut, then off it should go again! :-))

7 Nov, 2009

 

Pretty colour.

7 Nov, 2009

 

I hope so Spritz, I tried last year to keep them in the greenhouse, but I think it got too humid in there and they all succumbed. I have a couple of the hardy ones in the garden that do well, so here's hoping :)

7 Nov, 2009

 

I suspect that is the case yet I dont have trouble keeping the small perennial nemeesia.

7 Nov, 2009

 

Lovely colour Spritz. :~)))

7 Nov, 2009

 

woohoo you are back ian!

7 Nov, 2009

 

Thanks SBG, :~))))))))

7 Nov, 2009

 

and i do like this avitar better than your 'evil' one.

7 Nov, 2009

 

Lol. I only go like that once a year!

7 Nov, 2009

 

Thank goodness for that, Ian! :-))))))))

7 Nov, 2009

 

What Spritz, the fact I'm back or the fact I have these funny turns at the end of October every year and go all red and evil looking? Lol

7 Nov, 2009

 

Definitely that your face stays un-scary for 51 weeks of the year! Anyway - you didn't go far, did you? ;-)))))))

7 Nov, 2009

 

No, I never go very far away from GoY Lol

7 Nov, 2009

 

Nor me. :-)

7 Nov, 2009

 

:~)))

7 Nov, 2009

 

this is an excellent do-er Barb, mine finished ages ago...

9 Nov, 2009

 

Do you manage to keep them from year to year, Angie?

9 Nov, 2009



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