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Polygonatum hybridum

meanie

By Meanie


Polygonatum hybridum (Polygonatum multiflorum (Polygonatum))

Looking good at the moment!



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The flowers are beautiful!

17 May, 2012

 

Better photo than mine! I can't seem to get it right!

17 May, 2012

 

Thanks Delonix and Sticki.
Try it at night with the flash intensity reduced. I cheated a little to get this by placing the pot on the wall by the back door, so no laying on my back to get a good angle!

17 May, 2012

 

I used to grow it with Dicentra so it arched over my pond and the flowers were reflected in the water.

17 May, 2012

 

Pimpernel - you are the "daddyooo"! What a great idea (assuming we have a pond)!

17 May, 2012

 

great pic Meanie.

17 May, 2012

 

Great picture, mine aren't open yet, I might pinch that idea too Pimpernel.
Sure you'll find a pond hidden in your new garden Meanie :-))

17 May, 2012

 

i shall have to try again ~ but i shall no doubt have to lie across the flower bed cos mine are in the ground!!!!

i love that idea pimms, ~ just got to have a pond!!!

17 May, 2012

 

Now - there's an idea for some planting beside my pond :))

17 May, 2012

 

i cant get the camera to focus

17 May, 2012

 

A great capture....

17 May, 2012

amy
Amy
 

beautiful shot Meanie !

17 May, 2012

 

Thanks all!

I've found a wee pond Simbad!!!

Why not Sticki?

17 May, 2012

 

Lol...A pond in the garden or one to install ?

17 May, 2012

 

a pond??? a wee one???? great!!!

dont know meanie ~ thats the problem ~ too little light???

17 May, 2012

 

I am wondering now if these would grow well in a wall manger?

17 May, 2012

 

It's there P/nel, under the weeds and mini bamboo.

Try it with flash Sticki...............

17 May, 2012

 

ok, thank you. i will try.

18 May, 2012

 

Thought there'd be one there somewhere Meanie :-))

18 May, 2012

 

got one now ~ without flash but nowhere near as good as yours.

18 May, 2012

 

also i see that the flowers are hanging down from a vertical position on yours but the majority of mine are from an almost horizontal stem.

18 May, 2012

 

Took some finding Simbad!

Are yours a little dry Sticki?

18 May, 2012

 

that is possible ~ its very free draining soil. but they seem happy otherwise.

18 May, 2012



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