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Flowers in my Garden
8 Pendene Place  Forrest Hill, North Shore City
AUCKLAND 0620, NEW ZEALAND

 

 

Red Rose



 
13 March 2001 

 

Pink Rose



 
13 March 2001

 

Miniture Rose-Sierra Sunrise(Morliyel)



 
13 March 2001: Well fomed soft creamy yellow blooms with pink margins on strong bushy medium height plant. Prefers sunny position and good well drained soil.

 

Purple Rose



 
27 March 2001

 

White Rose



 
13 March 2001

  

Rosa Mundi



 
13 March 2001

 

Rosa Buff Beauty



 
13 March 2001

 

Rosa Savoy Hotel



 
14 April 2001

 

Rosa Albertine



 
13 March 2001

 

Yellow Rose



 
13 March 2001

 

Rosa Peace



 
13 March 2001 

 

Verbena



 
12 March 2001/Scarlet Eye: A vastly improved Verbena, combining a low spreading habit with extreme free flowering. Use: Excellent groundcover or for use in rockeries, beds or containers.

  

Hybrid Verbena-Scarlet Fire



 
13 March 2001/Scarlet Fire: It was a bright, new generation of verbanas. Bred to be especcially resistant to mildews and diseases, providing month after month of vibrant colour in ypur garden. Their prolific flowering habit and prostrate from make these the most versatile and colourful ground cover or container plant. These are fantastic in hanging basket, patio tubs and as a fast growing, free flowering ground cover.

 

Petunia



 
13,29 March 2001/Primetime Red: It was chosen for its non-stop colour and early flowering. it will display a mass of blooms, which quickly recover from rain. Ideal for bedding or containers.

 

Heliotrope



 
13,27 March 2001/Royal Marine: A summer flowering small evergreen shurb which carries heads of small violet blue flowers with a sweet vanilla-like fragance. Its compact growth makes it suitable for both garden beds and rockeries and trimming is seldom needed. Prefers a sunny, well drained position but tolerate light shade.

 

Viola Hederacea



 
13 March 2001: The small, scentless flowers borne on short stems on this creeping evergreen perennial south-eastern Australia are mostly white with a lilac blotch in the thtoat; they appear from spring to autumn.

 

Louise Emershaw



 
13,27 March 2001/Bush or Basket, Double, Sepals Pale Pink, Corolla Cerise Red: Fuchsias provide a colourful display for that semi-shade part of garden. Keep well watered and feed regularly when established. Prune hard spring after frosts or half growth summer to keep bushy.

 

Alyssum White



 
14 March 2001: Hight 10cm, space 25cm. Sweetly fragrant,pure white flowers cover the sreading plants. Uses are beds, edgings, pots and rock gardens. Crea are water as needed to keep soil evenly moist. Shear back faded blooms for best display.

 

Alyssum Midnight



 
14 March 2001: Hight 10cm, space 23cm. A fragrant carpet of tiny deep violet flower clusters which last from spring to frost. Uses are beds, edgings, pots and rock gardens. Crea are water as needed to keep soil evenly moist. Shear back faded blooms for best display.

 

Herb



 
18 March 2001

 

Herb Purple Topas Basil



 
29 March 2001

 

Armeria Sea Pink



 
27 March 2001: Thirft, This genus of about 35 species of low-growing, tufted, early summer-flowering perennials grows in a wide variety of environments in the temperate zones of Eurasia, Africa and the Americas-from salt marshes and strom-swept headlands to alpine meadows.

 

Lavender



 
27 March 2001

 

Bougainvillea Tropic Rainbow



 
5 April 2001; Creas Delight/Dreamy variegated foliage, edged with pink, and masses of magenta bracts in spring and summer. requires a sunny well drained position. frost tender.

 

Chrysanthemum Single Form Cultivar



 
2 April 2001

 

Fuhsia Swingtime



 
13 March 2001

 

Hydrangea



 
13 March 2001

 

Bellflower Red



 
13 March 2001

 

Bellflower Purple



 
13 March 2001

 

Bellflower Skyblue



 
13 March 2001

 

Azalea White



 
13 March 2001

 

Ivy



 
13 March 2001

 

Rhododendron Zoelleri



 
13 March 2001

 

Wisteria



 
13 March 2001

 

Poinsettia



 
13 March 2001, 15 Oct 2001.

 

Fern



 
13 March 2001

 

Cucumber



 
14 March 2001

 

Hot Pepper



 
14 March 2001

 

Young Radish



 
14 March 2001

 

Back Garden-01



 
13 March 2001, 15 Oct 2001

 

Front Garden-02



 
28 March 2001

 

Center Garden-03



 
12 April 2001

 

Back Garden-04



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-05



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-06



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-07



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-08


 

 13 March, 5 April 2001, 15 Oct 2001

 

Back Garden-09



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-10



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-11



 
28 March 2001

 

Back Garden-12



 
24 Oct 2001

 

Back Garden-13



 
13 March 2001

 

Front Garden-14



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-15



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-16



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-17



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-18



 
13 March 2001

 

Back Garden-19



 
13 March 2001

 

Front Garden-20



 
9 April 2001

  

Center Garden-21



 
13,25 March 2001

  

Back Garden-22



 
16 Oct 2001, 24 Oct 2001

 

Back Garden-23



 
16 Oct 2001

 

Back Garden-24



 
15 Oct 2001

 

Front Garden-25



 
27 March 2001

 

Back Garden-26



 
15 Oct 2001

 

Center Garden-27



 
15 Oct 2001 

 

Back Garden-28



 
13,27 March 2001

  

Center Garden-29



 
15 Oct 2001

 

Back Garden-30



 
15 Oct 2001

 

Back Garden-31



 
27 March 2001

 

Front Garden-32



 
9 April 2001

  

Front Garden-33



 
9 April 2001

 

Back Garden-34



 
9 April 2001

 

Front Garden-36



 
28 March 2001

 

Front Garden-37



 
9 April 2001

 

Center Garden-38



 
12 April 2001

 

Center Garden-39



 
12 April 2001

 

Back Garden-41



 
9 April 2001

 

Back Garden-42



 
9 April 2001

 

Back Garden-43



 
9 April 2001