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May 08, 2011


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Alice Golden

Wishing you a very happy, sunny, warm Mother's Day with lots of time for flowers! I'm going to steal some time to work on a few cards :)

Shady Gardener

Kathleen! I'm so happy that your VBB are growing and blooming. Don't prune the blossoms and they'll spread. Next Spring you'll see little one-leaf seedlings growing. You can move them or not. Eventually they'll find their way to nooks and crannies. :-) Happy Mother's Day!!


Happy Mother's Day to you Kathleen. I love the fall/spring photos. I know what you mean about the seasons changing practically overnight. We did go from drab to fab so quickly. Don't you love it? Great photos!


I am not sure if it is far fetched, but the Koi at the farm have not reproduced in 12 years. And there are over 30 of them. They are all over 25 inches long too.


Beautiful pictures! Yay spring! Viburnums are my favorite. So glad yours is prominent!

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

I love the contrasting photo of fall and spring. That aspen is really pretty. Love that smooth white bark.
I told my friend who owns a garden shop about your combo of the Mocha Latte and Phantom Petunia...I really like that one.


That corner of your garden is beautiful no matter what season it is Kathleen. I can't believe how much your fish have grown. :)

Outdoor Furniture

Thanks for such a nice and useful post. I think your ideas are really very reliable and I am sure that many people would be highly benefited from it.


Oh, that primrose is superb! And I love those daffs. I must add some more scented varieties to my garden.
It's great to see the comparison shots. That's a beautiful corner. Wish I could smell the nannyberry.

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