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Hand-me-down flowers

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These are some pictures of the flowers my my garden. All of my flowers came from starts from my grandma's garden or my husband's grandma's garden!

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Comments / Q&A

On May 11,2011 Joy Riggs said:

"Sweet! I LOVE that about gardening! We have moved all over the south since we were married over 33 years ago and with every yard I brought plants from friends that I cherished. However, an F4 tornado (I say it was an F5!) took away everything back in 2001 so now I've started over in FL. I love to get plants and flowers from others because everytime they bloom you think about them as I'm sure you do with your grandparents! Enjoy!"

On April 22,2011 mmmyt3kds said:

"The Clematis was actually a transplant from my grandma's not a start, I worded it wrong. I wasn't sure if it would live after transplanting it but it is doing great!"

On April 20,2011 TheBOXERSMom said:

"Wow! You started a Clematis! They look great!"

On April 18,2011 Lark said:

"That is a wonderful way to start a new garden or add to an existing garden. I call these plants 'PASS-ALONGS'. And you will be passing them to your kids one day. Smiles, Lark"

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