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April 02, 2012


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OK, I'm REALLY tired of seeing all these beautiful hellebores! I guess I'm going to have to resort to mail order to get some doubles. Just gorgeous!

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Love your Hellebores. The double ruffly ones are really stunning.
Will be mailing you the seeds (JMU Zinnia) soon, growing season is here.


Oh Kathleen your Hellebore blooms are just so pretty/ Just love them. Your Fritillaria is a beauty. Mine always rot.That tulip is so beautiful mixed with so many colors variations. Ahhh, spring.


Oh good! I'm glad spring is visiting you now. Isn't it extra sweet when you've had to wait in anticipation?! Absolutely beautiful blooms and photos!


Gorgeous details and selective focus in these beautiful images.


Hi Kathleen, Happy Easter! What a nice assortment of early blooms. The weather here today was sunny and a bit breezy, but still pleasant, all in all. My daffodils are up and a few hyacinths have put in an appearance as well. Hopefully, the weather will continue to co-operate and we can sail smoothly into May.
P.S. I just love everything that you have pinned on your Pinterest boards. You have a great eye!

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