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my favorite flowers

Sweet peas in the sweetest pastels

American Bittersweet The good kind that won't choke things out Mine is really starting to take off Make sure you have a male & female plant or they won't produce berries

Dogwood blossoms at the Georgia Wildlife Federation's Mill Creek Nature Center in Buford, Georgia. grow up a bird house. Beautiful.

'Table Mountain' Hybrid Tea Rose

Garden Tip! Clematis like their feet in the shade and their heads in the sun, so plant them in very rich fast draining soil with their roots protected by mulch!