Tuesday, June 23, 2015

6/24 Outdoor Wednesday # 337


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 Blooming gardenias.... one of my favorites!

 

 
 
 

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22 comments:

  1. I just bought these plant and the flowers smells good.

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  2. One of my favorites too. My neighbors have big bushes and I get cuttings. Put them in water and in a few days they root. So, now I have my two plants growing.

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  3. Lovely. I no longer have gardenias and miss them.
    Thanks for hosting.

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  4. I realized wherever they are in the world today, whatever climate type they are growing, it their time to bloom now. My sisters gardenias are in that condition too.

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  5. thanks so much for the party

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  6. Now I am seriously envious. I have never been able to grow gardenias. What a gorgeous, heavenly display.

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  7. These are lovely, lovely blooms. I love their fragrance!

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  8. they smell so heavenly. They do not over winter here...and because we are right on the ocean in New England don't really last all that long at all. I had one in the dining room for a while...you have inspired me to look for another one.

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  9. A fragrant flower. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. beautiful blooms, I ddin't know you could root them by placing in water, I knew they turned brown if you touch them lol! but they do smell sooooo good!

    Helen

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  11. There were one of my MIL's favorites too! Oh, how she loved the aroma when she was at her Winter home in FL!!!...:)JP

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  12. Lovely white and cream flowers :)

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  13. I've never had any luck with Gardenia's but they are lovely!

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  14. I love these because of their fragrance, but I never grew them myself - I painted them though:)

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  15. Gorgeous white summer blooms!

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  16. Beautiful flowers & such a wonderful fragrance! Great photos!

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