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A dragon in my garden...

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by nmlAlba-dC15 on September 06, 2006 02:07 PM
Hi everyone...

Here is a dragon in my garden... not da fiery kind... just a sweet one...

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Happy gardening everyone.... [wavey]

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i believe that somewhere in da darkest night...a candle glows,
i believe for every drop of rain that falls...a flower grows....
by penny in ontario on September 06, 2006 09:00 PM
What a pretty plant [thumb]

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by buzylady on September 07, 2006 12:12 AM
You have Dragons but no Tigers? How long is your growing season? I was going to send you some more Tiger Lillies. Is it too late? Maybe some seeds for next yr.
Diane

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by CajunMama on September 07, 2006 07:05 AM
that's a neat plant. I LOVE the color! What is it?

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"Sing praises to the Lord..." Psalm 9:11
by nmlAlba-dC15 on September 07, 2006 01:50 PM
Hi Diane...
thanx a million..thot u've forgotten abt my yearning for a tiger in my garden!! Where Malaysia is concerned no time is too late for any plants...s we do not have your 4 seasons... its either sun or rain in Malaysia...n sth in between...

Hi penny in ontario n CajunMama...that is called Dragonfruit...dunno why itz called so... the flower blooms at night n is fragrant ...s big ...eh bigger than a saucer..i think..next time it flowers i might get a pic... its a kind of cactus.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonfruit

BTW penny in ontario... i have a number of baby purple coneflowers from your seeds ...n scarlet runner beans growing...but only yesterday i lost a tiny baby lavender...think itz overwatering again...i cant help myself..m always watering n the pot never dries up!!!

Have a nice day.... [wavey]

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i believe that somewhere in da darkest night...a candle glows,
i believe for every drop of rain that falls...a flower grows....

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