Regular Visiting of Nursery at Home Depot

Friday, May 17, 2019
Nursery of flowers

We usually visit nursery on late January or early February every year. Temperature is comfortable in our American southern states.

The nursery could be home depot, Walmart or any specific nurseries that available in our city or near by our neighborhood.

In the last several years, frozen (temperature below minus C degree) killed our plants, flowers and fruits.

Some of our trees also died, not because of temperature, but because of diseases. Mainly due to fungi and bacteria diseases.

We need to re-placed the dead plants with new ones. They are include annual and perennial flowers, fruits and trees.


P erennial flowers

From the word “perennial,” we know that this is a kind of “continuation.” The flowers may grow year by year.

The flowers are growing during spring and summer seasons, dormant in the fall and winter. They might re-grow in the spring and summer, depending on many factors.

There are plenty of perennial flowers, some of them are:
- Black eyed Susan
- Day lily
- Daffodils
- Aster
- Gloriosa daisy
- Penstemon

Annual flowers

Annual refer to growing in one season only, no re-growing in spring and summer seasons.

Some of annual flowers are following:
- Petunia
- Pansy
- Calendula
- Swiss chard
- Geranium


Beautiful roses

I like white rose, look lovely. I think Home Depot sells plenty of roses variations and colors.

The colors not only white and red, but also include yellow, vermilion, magenta, apricot and purple.

What flowers do you like? Perennial or annual?

55 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers.
    Kisses!

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  2. I think it's nice to have some of both. I am no gardener, though. That's my wife's area. I just appreciate the work of others.

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    1. yes, annual and perennial together...

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  3. Well, I have ups and downs with gardening. Perennials planted many years ago didn't survive as long as expected. And many endeavors either fail or grow out of control. ~grin~ We do what we can, but it sounds like my Southwest Ohio region has similar growing conditions. Happy Gardening!

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    1. Some perennial sensitive to temperature, they are dying in winter, not back to spring and summer....

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  4. I like both! The perennials are nice because they keep coming back, but I do like the variety I can get with annuals.

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  5. If every year the plants die because of a cold winter,
    then every year have to buy new seeds?

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    1. yes, indeed.... usually the flowers, not big trees

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      Some of our trees also died, not because of temperature, but because of diseases. Mainly due to fungi and bacteria diseases.

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    2. uhmm,,,,

      I think in the 4 seasons, fungi will not affect plants?

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    3. Kotanopan> During summer, then a lot of rainfall could attract fungi....and killed a lot of fruit trees in American southern states such as Florida, Alabama and Texas

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  6. Don't you just love looking at all the wonderful flowers they have, so fun to look at them all, wish I had room to plant them all

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      Perennial flowers

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      From the word “perennial,” we know that this is a kind of “continuation.” The flowers may grow year by year.

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  9. There is a lot of choice, I hope you will have fun of them.

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      The flowers are growing during spring and summer seasons, dormant in the fall and winter. They might re-grow in the spring and summer, depending on many factors.

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  10. I can't wait to plant flowers each spring!! Perennials are my favorite because they come back each year, but I sprinkle in some colorful annuals, too!! I also love ornamental grasses and plants like hosta that are beautiful and they come back each year, too. Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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    1. You are right........

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      There are plenty of perennial flowers, some of them are:
      - Black eyed Susan
      - Day lily
      - Daffodils
      - Aster
      - Gloriosa daisy
      - Penstemon

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  11. I used to love visiting the nursery in spring, but now that I don't have my garden anymore, I steer clear of it. It makes for wishful thinking on my part.

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    1. I see....

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  12. Definitely perennials so we don't have to plant again the next year. My husband is great at buying up clearance plants usually at the end of fall when they are dormant or look dead. He gets amazing bargains and manages to nurture them so they are healthy the following year.

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    1. Aww... I should follow your husband.....

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      Annual refer to growing in one season only, no re-growing in spring and summer seasons.

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  13. It's good to go around these Garden Centres and Nurseries. But we always come home with more plants than we intended to buy.

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    1. aww....hope, you and yours enjoy green and freshness

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      Some of annual flowers are following:
      - Petunia
      - Pansy
      - Calendula
      - Swiss chard
      - Geranium

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  14. I have perennials planted don't bother with annuals.

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      Beautiful roses

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  15. I can't even imagine being able to plant annuals in January or February. It's not safe in my neck of the woods until Memorial Day weekend. I plant both perennials and annuals, though because of our short growing seasons, most annuals aren't worth it. Yet I do it anyway, cause I love flowers.

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    1. I see....

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      I like white rose, look lovely. I think Home Depot sells plenty of roses variations and colors.

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  16. Even though I'm not really into gardening, I love going to nurseries. I'm more of a perennial gal myself.

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      The colors not only white and red, but also include yellow, vermilion, magenta, apricot and purple.

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  17. Perennials are good because they come back every year. I love Cottage gardens which have a patchwork quilt approach to planting. Annuals are good because they give instant colour and brighten up winter when the perennials are resting. I like propagating perennials by division and cuttings. Great post.

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      What flowers do you like? Perennial or annual?

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  18. We definitely plant mostly perennials as they come up year after year but we do find some annuals that we also plant like my favoriate - pansies!! I love it in the spring when my daffodils and tulips start blooming. This has been a rough winter on the East so some of our bushes didn't make it so I'm sure we will be at the garden centers soon looking for replacements. We also lost 8 pine trees with the nasty weather so that will be a challenge as well.

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    1. Glad to know your choices of flowers...

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  19. I definitely prefer perennial because they are more economical and less work with them hehe:D :** Regards!

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  20. There are too many different flowers which I didn't know before.

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  21. Been thinking of getting some geranium to put in pots.
    Coffee is on

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  22. I also like roses, especially thick red petal roses like those used for Valentine's events ..., it's beautiful for decorating the room.

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      Some of our trees also died, not because of temperature, but because of diseases. Mainly due to fungi and bacteria diseases.

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  24. Saya kira abadi itu kayak edelweis, ternyata karena berkelanjutan hehehe.

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  25. Suka am bunga yaa.. Berhubung jrg liat sprti yg diatas sy lbh mwmilih anggrek aja krn banyak bentuk dn wrna

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    1. banyak banget jenis bunga...bahkan diimpor dari daerah tropis….

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