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May 21, 2010

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marnie

Love your Anemone. Beautiful pink and those black centers really are striking. I'll give them two thumbs up!

I vote to keep the "Not Miller's Crimson". It isn't red but it's pretty. I noticed our HD had blooming primula on sale. I like to buy plants I can see blooming.
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Racquel

That Anemone is gorgeous. I just love when a bargain plant turns out to be a showpiece of the garden. :)

Sweet Bay

Chocolate waffles -- your daughter is very lucky!

Is the Thermopsis Carolina Bush Pea (villosa)?

I love Anemone coronaria too. I got some in a trade and only expected it to last one year. It came back this year and seemed to bloom forever, even through hot spells.

The white Muscari is lovely.

RobinL

Oh my, that anemone is gorgeous! I don't have any anemones and now that picture makes me want one. I've been out in the heat and sunshine all day, and despite my aching back, it's just how I'd choose to spend my day. Ahhhh.

Kala

Love the Muscari 'White Magic' - they look like white grape hyacinths.

RainGardener

I think the pink tint looks good even though they didn't turn out to be the rich red you were going for. And the Anemone 'coronaria's' are breathtaking. So bright and showy. They would definitely be a favorite of mine.
I always did Swedish pancakes for my daughters special times and slumber parties. I've since had her friends tell me they still remember them - that makes it worth it.

Noelle / azplantlady

I hope your daughter has a wonderful summer vacation. I do love the white muscari...I had only seen the purple before. Maybe next year more will grow?

Catherine

I bet you and your daughter are happy! My oldest is counting down the days, next year she starts junior high so she's especially happy.
I vote to let the Primula stay, it is pink after all.

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