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#52347 May 27th, 2007 at 09:21 AM
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I couldn't find the first thread on this : But some of you asked for an update when my birdbath planter filled out .

Here is was then....

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Here it is now....

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The pictures are very beautiful!! I think that birdbath is gorgeous!!! Too bad so much of it got hidden when all the plants grew out, though. The birdbath is such a showpiece!

Your herd of elephants are cute on the ground!!


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Shirley you can still see it good from the yard> I took those 1st pictures looking down on it Here it is further back ~ looking straight at it


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It is a beautiful thing!!!

(...I couldn't find the first thread on this ...)
Diane, was that in the old forum, or since we've been here in the new one? Do you remember? I think anything before March 25th is in the old one.

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Thanks Shirls grin

Hmmm I thought it was from this one But maybe not?? why notme


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wow it really filled out! looks great.


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Thanks Sibyl IF these flowers don't come back next spring I'm going to plant the same thing in it I really like the Dew plants and Bacopa's together.


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Originally Posted by angelblossom
Thanks Shirls grin

Hmmm I thought it was from this one But maybe not?? why notme


I just wanted an idea of where to start 'forageing'! grin


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I want one, I want one. very pretty. I bought a bacopa basket today, I thought they were only for shade. Do you keep yours in the sun?


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Wonderful, Diane! What a lot of growth it's put out this year - I hope it continues growing well for you, so you don't have to replace the plants - they look so happy there!


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Originally Posted by tamara
I want one, I want one. very pretty. I bought a bacopa basket today, I thought they were only for shade. Do you keep yours in the sun?


Tamara~~ I do have that one in full sun BUt I have more bacopa in shade and it seems to bloom more in the shade, I think because we have had so much rain and over cast days this one here has done better than it should for a full sun area,, we'll see how it fairs once the sun comes out full time why


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O.K., I thought I made a mistake because I purposely bought it for the shade. Thanks.


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That is beautiful Diane! You do such a nice job with all of your flowers! You have a beautiful yard!

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Thanks Jessica!!!!


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