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June 10, 2012


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I'm loving your garden! Short of that daylilies are looking good this year. Thanks for the info on the perfume. I'll keep my eye peeled for it.


I always love looking at your Foxtail lilies. I planted some Shelford pink last fall and am anxious for them to start opening. I love your Canterbury bells. The doubles are gorgeous.


We planted a Canterbury bell last year only and it's doing great! I need more. Love it when plants behave as intended, your clematis is lovely. And our foxtail lilies are rocking our garden, just in time for the garden party we hosted on Sunday.


Now Kathleen, I know a standard is a beautiful thing, but there are those that would not prefer their clematis to be bare on the bottom! Yours however, is lovely. Honestly, I've never heard of a clematis standard. Is it common? I finally saw a violet tubeflower the other day, but it was huge and pricey. Maybe some day.

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

I just commented on Lona's blog about that pretty purple clematis!! Love it. Your Canterbury bells are great, love the colors.

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