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January/February Winter Garden Pics 2019

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I thought it may be cool to post photos of the garden as it appears this winter. Please posts pics of your own garden as well. I am in North Georgia, a cold zone 8a.

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Nice! Have seen those pitcher plants before in bogs near me. They are actually native to the pinelands.

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See those pitcher plants everywhere down here. I’m about 25 minutes from the Okefenokee. 

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On 2/4/2019 at 1:54 PM, GeorgiaPalms said:

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Nice looking Windmill. I’m hoping the 3 I have will look as good. 

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22 hours ago, GaDawg said:

See those pitcher plants everywhere down here. I’m about 25 minutes from the Okefenokee. 

That's great! There is a variety of Sarracenia Minor that grows in the Okefenokee that gets very large. S.Oreophila is also native in North Georgia in some mountain locations.

22 hours ago, GaDawg said:

Nice looking Windmill. I’m hoping the 3 I have will look as good. 

Thanks! I started that one from a 15 gallon just starting to trunk a few years ago and it has really taken off!

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On ‎2‎/‎6‎/‎2019 at 6:11 PM, GeorgiaPalms said:

That's great! There is a variety of Sarracenia Minor that grows in the Okefenokee that gets very large. S.Oreophila is also native in North Georgia in some mountain locations.

Thanks! I started that one from a 15 gallon just starting to trunk a few years ago and it has really taken off!

They grow in the ditch alongside the highway. Never really thought of them as a landscaping plant. But, looking at yours, I might have to incorporate them somewhere.

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