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[Gardening] Wohoo.... My first white new plants.

Discussion in 'UO Botany and Nutrition' started by Sharantyr, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. Sharantyr

    Sharantyr Guest

    Hi all.

    My first white new plants bloomed this morning, very nice they are. Snowdrops and Hops.
  2. Sharantyr

    Sharantyr Guest

    I have no of idea how to add images here.
  3. Sharantyr

    Sharantyr Guest


    First attempt at an image here.


    These are from this morning.
  4. Gwenyth

    Gwenyth Guest

    Very nice! Thank you for sharing pics with us :)
  5. Sharantyr

    Sharantyr Guest

    The white plants would be very nice in a winter theme garden, especially the tree. The black tree would look good in a haunted theme garden. The black cactus doesn't look so good and the black snowdrops are hard to see on grass/soil.

    I think the white hops are really nice and would also look good in both bright and dark red, pink and maybe yellow, orange and magenta too.

    Would be nice to have some of the smaller hops in the future too along with the untrimmed hedges.
  6. Flora Green

    Flora Green Guest

    Thank you for the pics! I am already planning my winter garden. :) Love the white orfluer and the white mossy cypress looks like icicles hanging from it.