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The BONES of the garden

Posted by floota 6/7 VA (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 12, 13 at 9:11

What a title, huh? That is the name of my most recent blog post,added yesterday. The garden isn't quite yet in spring mode. You can read all about it by seeing the link below.
With best wishes, Julie

Here is a link that might be useful: The BONES of the garden


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RE: The BONES of the garden

Always enjoy your blogs. In about a month, our garden will be roughly at the stage yours is now. Nice to see new growth...


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RE: The BONES of the garden

Hi Julie, I wish mine were showing signs, but not yet...:( I love Green Rainbow and bidded on it in the LA but it went to high. A very beautiful DL!


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RE: The BONES of the garden

The mulchers finished today - the garden looks different ( and better) I hope. Share the adventures below!

Here is a link that might be useful: All in a days work!


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RE: The BONES of the garden

Looks great Julie. I think the mulchers did a great job. What a difference from last year to this year with the blooms. I enjoy very much seeing your garden transform.

I was hoping to attend the local garden club meeting this coming Saturday which I've read you'll be giving a presentation at. But, since my husband is still recuperating from hip surgery, I'll have to pass. Wish I could have met you in person.

Enjoying the blog.

Julia


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RE: The BONES of the garden

Thanks, Julia. I'm disappointed to learn that you won't be able to attend the Daylily meeting next Saturday too, as I'd hoped to meet you in person finally. Hopefully sometime soon on the daylily trail, our paths will cross.

Spring seems a long way off today. It is just above freezing and drizzly - just a county north of us they got snow.

Best wishes, Julie


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