The deer have really created a challenge to having a vibrant
rose garden.  I am building a lattace fence around the garden
and hope that I can keep them out this year.  I will probably
replant 50% of the garden.  These roses are from before deer.
New growth bamboo is fascinating to watch.  Some of
this new growth is 3 inches in diameter and will reach
over thirty feet high  (all growth in several months only)
I have 8 varieties of bamboo on the farm.
The deer ate all of my giant tulips this last
year and I did not replant.  I will probably
establish some new beds in the fall. This is
last years in arrangement
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MY WIFE AND I LIVED FOR ALMOST 40 YEARS
ON A 90 ACRE FARM NORTH OF ATLANTA GA
AND WE HAD EXCELLANT GARDENING
WEATHER.
WE GREW A VARIETY OF SUMMER CROPS IN
RAISED BEDS AND HAD NUMBERS OF FLOWER
AND ROCK GARDENS.  THERE WERE NUMBERS
OF FRUIT TREES AND BLUEBERRY BUSHS .
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Reblooming Iris in November

The reblooming Iris are usually in the
earlyfall
I have never had one in November
Reblooming Iris in Sept

Great cuttings for end of summer color
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