WHAT’S LOOKING GOOD IN APRIL 2019..

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      I'm thinking of growing the Mona lavender along with iresine this year.
      Do you think they will both like a simi20190422_155041.jpg lar shady position? @longk
       
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        @pete - no reason why not. The only issue that I can see is that the Iresine would probably prefer higher humidity than the Plectranthus. Maybe.
         
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          Grapes look a bit small.;):biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
          Have a guess?
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          Clementine flowers, very scented.
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          Aloe ferrox, getting big now.
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          Coelogyne cristata.
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          This is a first, nothing special but a Magnolia I sowed 31yrs ago, and the first flower:yay::biggrin:
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            Brunnera Jack Frost

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            Tulip Ballerina

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            Mix of hostas - Francee and Marmalade and a few others whose names escape me right now.

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            Aquilegia

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              The first Echeveria to bloom in 2019 is Echeveria lilacina.............
              [​IMG]Echeveria lilacina by longk48, on Flickr

              It's a good doer...........
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                I've got this one blooming, don't know the name though.:smile:
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                  Sloes @pete ?

                  Edit: No not sloes blueberries perhaps?
                   
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                    I'll have to check ours out!
                     
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                    @pete - are they mahonia berries? Come on, please tell us!
                     
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                    Nope, :);)
                    Nope:);)
                     
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                    Thanks for guessing,
                    Trachycarpus seeds, first year I've managed to get them.
                    A seedling tree flowered first time last year, only male out of 7 plants.:smile:
                     
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                      I would never have guessed that. :)
                       
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                        Wow! Mine never did that. Are they edible?
                         
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                          Well no, not if you value your teeth anyway:biggrin:
                           
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