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September 10, 2011

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Joy

Kathleen girl how are you !
I have eyed Henry for some time too .. to plant near Herstonne and really have that wow factor together : ) I love your shot of the patio .. the birdhouse and chairs with so many gorgeous flowers is simply beautiful : )
Joy

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

I like the Rudbeckia, have seen it before in catalogs...didn't know it got that tall. Wow.
I do like that Zinnia, what a pretty color combo.

Jennifer

Kathleen, You are so right that Rudbeckia extends the gardening season. After a month in bloom, mine are only now starting to fade a bit. I have not seen this Rudbeckia 'Henry Eilers' before. I will have to look for it next spring at my local nursery. The Austin rose is just lovely. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Shady Gardener

Hi Kathleen, If I ever needed a place to run away to - and relax midst a beautiful setting - I'd head your way!!! How are things weather-wise these days? We're enjoying some lovely cool temps!!

tina

Henry Eiler is gorgeous!

Kala

Beautiful colors and bokeh in the image of Queen Red Lime.

Racquel

I planted Henry Eilers last fall and alas he didn't appear this spring. :( Gorgeous photos as always. :)

sweetbay

Your flower shots are so beautiful Kathleen. I love the shot of your back patio!

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