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May 31, 2009


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I love your pale yellow Columbine, especially the spurs. :) Looks like your watergarden is a hit wit the local wildlife. Can't wait to see blooms on your Waterlily.


That pretty columbine is great!! Love the frog (or is it a toad?) peering through the greenery.


I seem to have a thing for Columbines as I counted them this morning, and I have seven of them.

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Hi Kathleen! Me? I'm not looking in the mirror! ;-) But I loved looking at your photos today. Your columbine are beautiful and I love your toadie! :-)


Your Columbine looks very similar to the one I have. I love the long spurs!
Aren't even the lily pads pretty? I hope you see buds soon. I've got three so far, once they start they'll be non stop all summer. Cute frog picture!


Lovely photos. I especially like that creamy columbine. I will have to watch for that one, it would look wonderful in my woodland garden.


Columbines are really something, aren't they? So pretty. Love the color on your water lily leaves. That toad seems to be enjoying herself.

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