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    Springtime pictures

    Am loving this early spring-summer weather and all the blooms. [SPECIAL][/SPECIAL]

    #2
    oh i love that

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      #3
      Tick tock tick tock...I have some 50 new red appledoorn darwin hybrids making their way up Then the daylily horde should show up (really got caught up on bulb and root sales last fall, lol)

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        #4
        Love it!!!!
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          #5
          another one

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            #6
            Gorgeous Rebajane! We won't see those for at least a month even with the mild weather.

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              #7
              Very pretty!

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                #8
                Spring in my garden

                These are all from yesterday.

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                  #9
                  I won't have roses for another month in the East Bay area of San Francisco, except for the Lady Banks that blooms in March/April only. This year I had it downsized, thinned and shaped in early March, and it is nowhere near as full of blossoms as it usually is. The Candy Tufts are amazing this year!

                  NL (GJ's wife and caregiver)

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                    #10
                    Beautiful
                    sigpicLET A SMILE BE YOUR UMBRELLA

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                      #11
                      Thanks for sharing your pictures. I have a few roses blooming too, but they are always a problem for me. The arbor of roses is gorgeous! Always wanted something like that.

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                        #12
                        NIce

                        one i took a week or so ago
                        Kindly,

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by bollefen View Post
                          one i took a week or so ago
                          Lovely spring.

                          NL (GJ's wife and caregiver)

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                            #14
                            OK-I admit to being greatly jealous of those of you having spring. The hostas are just beginning to come through the ground, that's it.

                            The pictures are all stunning and I enjoyed them.
                            NL-is that a real cat or a little statue there?

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by LindaT View Post
                              OK-I admit to being greatly jealous of those of you having spring. The hostas are just beginning to come through the ground, that's it.

                              The pictures are all stunning and I enjoyed them.
                              NL-is that a real cat or a little statue there?
                              Hi Linda,
                              It's a statue. I have two of them, the one in the picture and another of a black cat curled up asleep. Whenever someone visits the back garden, there are always double takes, even after they know that the cats aren't real. Many years ago, a neighbor had a little black cat named Sabrina who thought our garden was hers too. She is gone now and I miss her keeping me company while doing the gardening chores. These remind me of her.

                              NL (GJ's wife and caregiver)

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