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This is a rose, about 7 inches ...its called Legend Rose, and smells gorgeous. 20210422_083916.jpg

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Thank you for sharing your photos - love looking at all types of gardens 

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@Dazlin So pretty! In #2, what is that plant in the blue pot on the round stand? I love that. Reminds me of a baby's tears plant I had 30 years ago but this is way bigger. What is it?

 

And I love all the animal figurines placed all around, really lovely and add so much.

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Your garden and landcsaping is beautiful. 

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@lovemygrands , that plant on lanai is called String of Pearl's, or Pea plant.  It's toxic and not to be eaten.   Its so easy to propagate.   I got a tiny strand in a very small pot.  Once that grew a little I cut a few pieces off and just lay on top of the dirt, pushing them in very slightly so there's a little soil over the strands.  I keep it moist, then do nothing but water when it dries out, and they take off.  I have several pots growing now.

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@Dazlin  Thank you, I love that plant.

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@Dazlin   Beautiful.  Thanks for sharing your hard work.  Love that rose. 

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@luvzchiz , my husband does most of big stuff out in the pastures, and makes alot of the artsy decor.  I do mostly the potted stuff, and flowers, and I find the little animal decor and paint them.  Even Dollar Tree has nice stuff sometimes.