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May 25, 2010


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Beautiful Kathleen. Your garden is soooooo full. Something I'm working on!
I've found watermarking doesn't matter to blog thieves. That broad is at it again stealing my whole blog. I reported her and they must have taken it off because the link doesn't work anymore BUT . . . now she has 2 more with ALL my posts. She used the photos with watermarks - she's not picky!


Asphodeline lutea, another I've never heard of. You must have a place nearby that specializes in the rare and unusual. Like a rare art dealer only plants instead of paintings.

I have a plant this year that I'm sure I first saw on your site. It's just a seedling and not growing very fast so I shouldn't even mention it until it gets some size and is ready to bloom:) My luck and it will be ready to bloom about the end of Oct.


Yes, I agree that Alliums are addictive. I know I'll be planting more since I had such good success.
I love when it gets nice and lush around the pond. It really looks great there. I'm looking forward to your Asphodeline since I'm not familiar with it.


Very cool to have a new bloom on a new plant. Those alliums sure do shine!


Lovely blooms, Kathleen! This is the first season that I have alliums. I don't have a purple variety, but now, after seeing yours, I want it!

Sweet Bay

No, never heard of King's Spear before. So I am looking forward to seeing it open!

I need to try Allium 'Purple Sensation', after seeing these pictures.


Gorgeous - I dream about having a garden like yours one day Kathleen.


Wow, your garden is filling in so nicely. Very lush & pretty right now. :)

Nancy Bond

Everything looks so lush and beautiful this time of year. Things really DO change from day to day! Can't wait to see your new perennial when it opens fully.


I've not heard of Asphodeline lutea, but I'm glad to have! It's quite interesting looking. More is better when it comes to Purple Sensation~It's wonderful and compliments all the late spring blooming plants~gail

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