|The ATP plants database hit a new milestone this week. Thanks to all of the contributors, we now have over 200,000 images. Wow!!! A huge congratulations and thanks to all who have helped make the ATP plants database the best!|
There were 7 new gardening ideas posted last week:
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|5 people gave for the idea "A Helpful Idea for Using a Sprayer" by woofie|
4 people gave for a post in "Banner for October 21, 2013 by Leftwood" by Leftwood
3 people gave for a post in "Banner for October 19, 2013 by rocklady" by rocklady
2 people gave for the idea "Amending Soil and Fertilizing Daylilies in Our Part of the South" by tink3472
2 people gave for the idea "Dividing Daylilies, Overcoming the Fear of Separation" by Char
|Trimmer 2014 Introductions||Betja||Daylilies forum||39|
|Shaping young Star Magnolia||RoseBlush1||Ask a Question forum||37|
|Disable emoticons?||zuzu||Site Talk forum||28|
|Hypertufa project - FINISHED!||fixpix||Cactus and Tender Succulents forum||24|
|convertion help please!!! gallon-inch pots||jojoe||All Things Gardening forum||23|
|Banner for October 24, 2013 by mcash70||mcash70||Site Banners forum||22|
|A request or 2||crittergarden||Sandbox forum||21|
|Is it to late to plant dls in zone 6?||bluegrassmom||Daylilies forum||21|
|And the winner is||spunky1||Daylilies forum||19|
|virginiarose recommended Parry's Tree Farm and Nursery and wrote:
I bought several lilies from a new website called "The Lily Flower Store." It is a very nice website and they have a good selection. Very user friendly! I ordered 11 lily bulbs and received an immediate response that my order was being processed. A day or two later, I received another response saying the processing had been completed, and I was given a ship date. The Lilies arrived in very good condition. Packing was great and I got free waterproof garden markers. The name is on one side and directions are on the other side -- how deep to plant, etc. I just love this company and I would recommend it to everyone. Thank you!
|Roosterlorn recommended The Lily Nook and wrote:
I've ordered from The Lily Nook many times over the past several years and never had any problem of significance to me. Perhaps the biggest hindrances are custom inspection fees and a slight delay in shipping time if ordering within the US. Larger orders make more sense in that case. Even so, the bulbs are so well packed that they arrive in great condition. I have many of their very hardy lilies growing here. Very colorful. Attached is my photo of Champagne Diamond, which I purchased from them last spring.
|Roosterlorn recommended Faraway Flowers and wrote:
This year (Fall-2013), was my first year ordering from Faraway Flowers. I can tell you that I was very impressed, not only by the quality of bulbs I received, but also and in particular by the advance notice by Email that the bulbs had been shipped with 2 day priority delivery so I could plan ahead. Aside from the fact that the bulbs I purchased were developed by another well-known hybridizer, Brian Bergman, it's attention to detail and thoroughness in shipping that mean a lot to lily hobbyists like me. Attached is my photo of Easter Morning, a very hardy lily and one of the many beautiful lilies you'll find at Faraway Flowers.
|Roosterlorn recommended The Lily Garden and wrote:
I have many, many lilies from The Lily Garden growing here. All are very hardy and have done very well for me. Never a problem of any kind -- always the best. The owner/operator, Judith Freeman, has 41 years of experience with lilies and has created many new lilies during that time. Judith grows all of her stock, so you're always assured of getting the best and true to name. Attached is my photo of Seafarer, just one of Judith Freeman's many beautiful creations.
|Roosterlorn recommended B & D Lilies and wrote:
I've been buying from B&D for years and I've never had a problem! They grow what they sell, so I'm always assured of getting the freshest bulbs that are true to name. Good people. Website contains a wealth of interesting information. A 2010 photo of a newly planted El Condor is attached.
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