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May 26, 2011


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I love those Siberian Irises. It's been cold and rainy here too Kathleen.


That camassia is awesome!


Kathleen your flower bed is beautiful. I love the irises. The Camassia is such a wonderful flower. Your garden looks so lush. A wonderful time of the year where something new is blooming almost every day. Have a wonderful weekend.


That's right. Bring on the colors! Your beds look wonderful, every bit the expectation after your preamble. The weather has its upside, doesn't it?

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Love your blues and grays in the first photo. I am also glad you included the macro shot, what a beauty!


Your garden looks beautiful! I need to add Camassia, I love the macro picture. I've been keeping an eye out for that Clematis since I first saw it on your blog. I will find it one day.


Wow, you have some color. I love those blue iris.


Oh, I love your iris, Camassia and Clematis! Splendid!!


Just gorgeous Kathleen...your plants are way ahead of mine. I'm barely seeing buds on my Caesar's Brother and my Clematis Integrifolia isn't anywhere near ready to bloom. Seeing your pics got me excited for what is coming.

What do you suppose we will find this year on the Boulder tour that we can't live without? I can't wait to find out!

Ramona/The Garden Explorer

Amen, Kathleen! Bring on the color explosion!!! Everyday is a new adventure in the garden during spring. Thanks for providing a peek into your beautiful garden.


Happy to see that pic of clematis integrifolia, I planted one last year. Can't wait.
I'm with you, no color scheme here, at least not in my main garden, and I do believe it works.


Your May garden is so lush, colorful and beautiful! Mine is a bit tired looking today, it's so hot. :(

Grette Spadoni

Did you grow all those by yourself? It takes more than just consistency... you must be gifted with a VERY green thumb! You could try zooming in more for the Camassia macro shot. =D

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