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Grape Vine

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PostSubject: What's been flowering in the garden this Spring.    Fri Apr 08, 2011 6:46 pm

A= Annual
P= Perennial
N= Native to Texas

Borage A
Mustards, radishes, arugula, cilantro, broccili, green zen, Chinese broccoli A
Wood sorrel PN
Mexican plum, Redbud, Pawpaw (I see my first fruit forming!), Parsely Hawthorn, Sasafras, Persimons, Possumhaw, Yaupon PN
Citrus (orange, grapefruit, lemon) P
Pomegranate P
Wild blackberries PN
Apples, pears, Asian persimons, pineapple guava P
Louisiana Iris, penstemon, dayflower, bluebonnets, lyre leaf sage, buttercups PN
Strawberry bush, cross vine, coral honeysuckle, native azalea, Virginia sweetspire, cherry laurel PN
Primrose (pink and yellow), Columbine (yellow), Spider lilly, scarlet sage NP
Pentas A(P)
Roses, Curryleaf plant P

...and more flowers close to blooming (viburnums, black-eyed susans, coreopsis, lavender, elderberries, blue mist flower........)
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