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Thread: Our house in Bloom!

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    I;ld love to see a full picture of that hot pink car :-D

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    Unless you dig up the roots, your trumpet vines will come back. Here in the South of the USA, they are almost impossible to get rid of. The pictures of the vines are beautiful, by the way.

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    Mandavilla on one side, trumpet vine on the other,,,,,,,what are the white ones??? beautiful!!!!!!!

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    Mandavilla on one side, trumpet vine on the other,,,,,,,what are the white ones??? beautiful!!!!!!!

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    Your home is just wonderful. You are lucky to have such beauty around you.

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    Very beautiful. Bet that keeps the house cool.

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    BEAUTIFUL !!

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    That's awesome.

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    gorgeous...

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    I think that first pic would make a beautiful quilt. And you can "see the flowers all year long". I am serious, why not try it. If I did not have 50 other quilts on my "to do" list, I would try the landscape one, especially from your pic. I just love it.

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    Beautiful flowers and home. :thumbup:

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    I am soooooo jealous!! LOVE it, one say maybe I will get lucky. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    beautiful thanks for sharing.

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    Love your flowers!!So glad you can have them. I miss being outside with mine, but they are my joy, along with quilting. :)

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    Really! Unfortunately must be demolished! Construction of thermal insulation.Wait until flowering...or increases again...
    Quote Originally Posted by Favorite Fabrics
    What happens when you have to paint the house? What do you do then?

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    Thanks for information! I will done!
    Quote Originally Posted by carolynjo
    Unless you dig up the roots, your trumpet vines will come back. Here in the South of the USA, they are almost impossible to get rid of. The pictures of the vines are beautiful, by the way.

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    Really! Unfortunately must be demolished! Construction of thermal insulation.Wait until flowering...or increases again...
    Quote Originally Posted by VernaL
    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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    Oh, Enci, this is what we call Trumpet Vine. We have a saying here that once you have a Trumpet Vine in your garden, you will NEVER be rid of it. Usually the flowers are orange. It is an invasive weed, but you have shown your love of this botanical monster. You have shown its beauty. Thank you.

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    So pretty:)

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