STRIPED FLOWERS

ENJOY A COLLECTION OF STRIPED FLOWER PICTURES FROM MY GARDEN!

STRIPED DAHLIA FROM SEED




striped carnation from seed

striped rose red orange

striped morning glory white pink

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striped ipomea white pink

striped sweet pea from seed

striped sweet pea from seed

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striped sweet pea from seed




striped sweet pea from seed

yellow rose with red stripes

striped pink sweet pea flower

striped red sweet pea flower

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striped rose yellow pink white

zinnia peppermint

striped zinnia from seed

yellow zinnia with red stripes

zinnia peppermint

zinnia peppermint

striped rose bud

striped rose

pink striped rose

pink striped rose

 

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5 thoughts on “STRIPED FLOWERS

  • October 6, 2016 at 6:57 AM
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    beautiful beautiful beautiful .. really heart warming colors

    Is the dahlia , dahlia fireworks?
    Morning glories seems carnival
    Which sweet pea series is it?

  • October 6, 2016 at 7:39 AM
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    Yes it is dahlia fireworks! I bought these sweet pea seeds long ago from Thompson Morgan.. they turned out spectacular! Striped flowers are my favorite kinds!

  • October 6, 2016 at 7:58 AM
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    Great. I am sowing my dahlia fireworks, figaro and pompons this weekend. Cant wait.. Could you also please share the details regarding month and temp range when you sowed your dahlias. Also, the pot size. I am constrained on space. Dahlia seems to like 6 inches and above. Please tell the minimum you used?

  • October 7, 2016 at 8:45 AM
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    This is the perfect time to sow winter annuals! For dahlias grown from seed, 6″ and above is absolutely fine. For the larger ones from tubers, 9″ is minimum;it also needs to match the volume of the plant. I am growing from seed so will be using 6″ pots only for most annuals.

  • October 7, 2016 at 8:47 AM
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    The pots that are 6″ in dia but straight(cylindrical) are better as they allow roots to grow better. The tapered ones have lesser space at bottom.

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