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    Hi Brenda, with over 110 species of Fuchsia,...

    Hi Brenda, with over 110 species of Fuchsia, never mind cultivars, I won't even try to ID your three. Fuchsia are a tropical species but some hardier varieties survive even to zone 8. Here on Cape...
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    As to the rest of the pictures; #924 it's hard to...

    As to the rest of the pictures; #924 it's hard to tell the size of the plant #925 is just the opposite, the picture is a bit too far away to get detail of leaves and possible blooms and finally #926...
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    Not sure what zone you are in, and that could...

    Not sure what zone you are in, and that could make a difference, but I'd say #922 is Myosotis arvensis. I had originally thought it was snow in summer (Cerastium tomentosum), but now that I've seen...
  4. The quick and easy answer would be Leyland...

    The quick and easy answer would be Leyland Cypress, They do well here on the Cape, where we have wind and salt issues; grow relatively fast once established; average growth around us is 25' - 35'. ...
  5. Thread: Money Plant

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    899 Money Plant only blooms in the second year,...

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    Money Plant only blooms in the second year, so hold on and sit tight. the pic is of money plant in it's first year.
  6. Try not to use the pressure treated timbers, or...

    Try not to use the pressure treated timbers, or old railroad ties. Cedar works well but is not always easy to get. (New England area)
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