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Thread: Our house in Bloom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    beautiful flowers, thanks for sharing with all of us
    Yes. Thanks for sharing. It is beautiful.

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    I agree with AMMA. Lovely blossoms and cozy home.

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    Such a happy house. Lovely flowers.
    Take care.
    Linda

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    How beautiful. I miss the flowers most of all that we used to grow back East. The heat just wipes them out. Hope you enjoy your garden to it's fullest.

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    they are so pretty but hard to get rid of. I planted one back in the garden and it got out of hand. same thing with wisteria i planted I just can't get rid of it.

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    I love trumpet vines, but my DH hates them- cals them an invasive nuisance.
    Please do enjoy them, they are beautiful. :)

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    You have a beautiful house and the vines/flowers are GREAT!!

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    The white flowers you can see in one picture are very pretty, too!

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    Thanks,I do it!
    Quote Originally Posted by Cassews
    very awesome .. we are in the process of re-doing the flower gardens to reflect us. Trumpet vines are in the backyard and just not as hardy as others. So I hope one can transplant them !LOL I will check with my local garden shop before I do ..

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    One of the things I loved about being stationed in Italy were the lovely flowers growing on country cottages. I think I will try a trumpet vine here.

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    Aren't they fun to come to? So very pretty

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    That is just beautiful!

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    Beautiful. I can only dream. I have a brown thumb.

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    It's a beautiful Trumpet Vine you have.Connie in CO

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    How lovely!

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    What happens when you have to paint the house? What do you do then?

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    I'll bet that you have Hummingbirds galore.

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    Oh! You're from Hungary - Szervusz! My Grandfather was from Gyor, and my Grandmother from Papa... I got to visit Budapest briefly in '89, I'd love to go back. Thanks for the pictures, I'd love to see more!

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    OH they are lovely, but I must tell you that my husband who retired from the roofing industry would say, "Not on the roof." Those vines can get in and under shingles and lift them enough to cause leaks when it rains. Sorry to tell you this, but just something to think about.

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    How beautiful!

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    It is beautiful

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    So pretty and colorful!

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    Beautiful!

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    Your flowers on your home and surrounding your home are very beautiful. thank you for sharing with us.

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    Lovely

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