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May 06, 2010


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Kathleen, to look at your photos, you would never know it has been so cool. Everything looks very healthy and green!

Oh my, those Spanish bluebells(and pink) are wonderful! Where did you find them? I saw some English bluebells the other day on a blog and fell in love with them as well. I have the Virginia bluebells and would love these others to plant along side.


It's true that seeing the garden though pictures makes it seem a lot more like Spring than it actually feels. I'm with you on the complaining about the weather.
How exciting to have a Water Calla bloom already!! Not much is happening in my pond now. The Lobelia which was growing in it and had new growth, suddenly looks dead.
Now I'm adding Silene to my wish list.


Your garden looks great!

Forecasting snow here tonite too. What a crazy spring!

Love the Spanish bluebells. Maybe you are the one to ask about my Camassia. I bought several last fall. This spring the folliage is so tiny, almost like coarse grass. The blooms are tiny too, not much bigger than the bloom on grass. Is this typical? Maybe in a couple years they will be larger?


I love the Camaissa bloom, it is so delicate.


Ooh lovely photos as always Kathleen. :) I love the pink Spanish Bluebell.

Sweet Bay

I love your pictures of the Camassia, especially the 2nd and the last one.

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