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July 28, 2018

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Joy

Hi Kathleen : )
Love seeing all the insects and baby birds .. our second batch of baby robins just left the nest yesterday, although they stay close to the back garden still .. I think it is hilarious the Blue Jay kids are so noisy .. they truly ARE ! LOL
Thankfully some plants seem to survive this heat and drought thing. I have to say I still can't wait until Autumn, guilt guilt !

Beth @ PlantPostings

Sweet birds and bees. :) 'Elodie' is my favorite among the lilies you've shared. Wowza! My daughter spent most of July in Denver and she said it was very brown. She was glad to get back to green here, though she wasn't here for the high heat and humidity we had earlier in the summer (and it's coming back now). I hope you will get some needed rain.

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