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    http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?EDLPQ

    The light from the sun setting created a most intense beauty in the garden.

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    That looks awesome, bet irl it was even better. Thanks for sharing it. Love this kind of stuff!
    What is the redish viney plant? Please don't tell me it's a trumpet vine. I have a yellow one now for 3-4 years & it hasn't bloomed, not even once. It really bums me out.




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    Sorry Darlene, but it does look like a trumpet vine. I have hoards of the stuff in my yard... all blooming.

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    Russ your a brat... I still kinda like you though. :nernie:
    I don't know why mine won't bloom, I paid $25 for the silly thing. It's green as green can be but no beautiful tubular flowers for my hummingbirds or me.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Darlene View Post
    That looks awesome, bet irl it was even better. Thanks for sharing it. Love this kind of stuff!
    What is the redish viney plant? Please don't tell me it's a trumpet vine. I have a yellow one now for 3-4 years & it hasn't bloomed, not even once. It really bums me out.
    No vines in the pictures. The pictures have no detail only the colour. I think you are referring the the peach tree in the foreshortened, foreground.

    I do have a yellow trumpet vine- way in the back not shown in the pictures. It flowers but is not blooming yet, buds are present.

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    Gorgeous pictures. Thanks for sharing. :camera:

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