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Friday, September 2, 2011

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      despite of the strong wind, my window vine was still hanging there
      this morning when i left here for work, but when i came home,
      everything on the window was gone......
      i was so sad and so so so mad
      all the greens entertained and made me happy each day is
      completely gone now due to the typhoon,
      i can't live without green around me,
      so after this bad weather, i am going to have to work on my garden
      to creat something at least cozy and comfortable for me to look at every day
      i wonder what would be good to put in my fall balcony garden? 
      any suggestion would be appreciated and encourage me


6 comments:

  1. grow swiss chard
    grow kale
    garlic
    egyptian onions
    will last to first very hard freeze
    and come back very first too

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  2. @janet
    might try garlic! thanks

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  3. Oh no :(
    I'm so sorry for you! i can imagine how sad it must have made you when you came home and saw it all gone. Life is pretty weird sometimes :(

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  4. En invierno el frío y los días cortos ( cuando vuelvo a casa está oscuro) hacen que el patio quedé un poco abandonado, por lo que en esos meses, las plantas de interior concentran todo mi cuidado y el verde que necesito a mi alrededor.

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  5. But you have a lot of fall and winter shrubs and perennial plants!
    Viburnum tinus, little acer japonicum, cotoneasters,dahlias, cosmos,nerium oleander,osteospermum, hamamelis mollis, abutillon, hebes, azaleas, mirabilis jalapa, bergenias, carpinus, bouvardias, asters,fuchsias...

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  6. so sad to hear this...
    it is hard for me to sugget, because i don't know what weather & temperatures you have there, and what could grow (compared to France) ---
    asters( successful anywhere though) and maybe dalhias are a nice touch of colors in grey days... a clematis is nice if you like climbing, the variety montana for instace stay green even in winter and resist to -15°C if you have such negative temperatures...

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