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October 09, 2011


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Lovely details of the white blossoms of the Chocolate Snakeroot (what a name)


That chocolate snakeroot is a winner in my garden too. Your pictures of it are gorgeous as I can never photograph white. I too have Maximillion but I cut mine in half in July as I like it shorter. The height in your garden is impressive. So glad you didn't get a freeze and got your plants in. I'm starting on that today.


Beautiful images at the top of your blog, Kathleen! And I love the Sunflower shot! Looks like you have a lot of beautiful blooms still going strong.


Kathleen, I love the Helianthus maximiliani against your brilliant blue Colorado sky! I have a photo of it in bloom from my long ago visit. I would love to see you and your garden again. Have a sweet day. gail

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Those Helianthus are huge!! I have a spot for some...will have to see about getting some next year. Love the black stems on your Eupatorium. Lovely photos...really captures the snowy white against those dark stems.


Great phrase ... 'Past Tense'! Your Chocolate Snakeroot is especially stunning, Kathleen.

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