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April 21, 2011

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Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Your project sounds like a biggie. Will there be photos? I have never seen Goldfinches take buds off a plant.....could they be getting bugs? Just a thought, gotta put in a good word for the finches!

Ramona

Kathleen, I can't wait to see the progress of your beautiful garden! I'd like to plant a tree peony too. They sound pretty hardy in our zone.

PlantPostings

Amazing photos! I love Jack-in-the-Pulpit. We have some of those here, too. They're so unique!

Wildlige Gardener

Your photography takes my breath away...fab-u-lous! Wonderful post :)

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such generous comments, Kathleen. I appreciate it so much :)

We have a new addition to our family...five months old now...and he has stolen my heart. He lives in Paris, which means we have been over there as often as we can to see him grow. I have not been on my blog so much or visiting friends either...so, I'm catching up.

Happy Easter :)

tina

Those tree peonies are really tough. It is so exciting to have one bloom!

Lona

Sounds like you have a big project to do this spring. Your viburnum looks so beautiful. I hope the Goldfinch leave you some blooms too. I have never heard of this but that one was caught in the act.

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