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Old 05-01-2008, 09:20 AM   #1
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Pics from the garden

Since I had the camera out, I took a few shots of what's blooming in my yard. I'm glad I caught the cherry blossoms this year. I have a weeping cherry in the front, but missed those again (dang it).






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Old 05-01-2008, 09:26 AM   #2
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you have a lovely garden. Very envious.
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Old 05-01-2008, 09:34 AM   #3
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Beautiful, what great colors - love it !
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Pretty!!!!
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Beautiful!!!!!
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Thanks. Anyone else have pics? The lilies will be going crazy in a few weeks. I'll take some pics of those too.
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I live in shade...a LOT of shade. Bulb plants are eaten before they ever have a chance. For some reason the squirrels/vols/whatever it is that eats these, missed this one. It's the first time in 11 years I have EVER seen blooms on them. So folks, this is the extent of my blooms

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Pretty Jeekins.
Too cold here yet for much, I found some hostas poking up this morning.
I planted 70 tulips 2 falls ago, I think I have 5 that haven't been eaten yet. :( Darn vermin!
I do have a havve bunch of chives though, a little mint and a little sage.
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HAHA. I have/had tons of those. I call them tinker bells. lol They spread like crazy. I actually dug up a bunch last year because they were getting out of hand.
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Since I had the camera out, I took a few shots of what's blooming in my yard. I'm glad I caught the cherry blossoms this year. I have a weeping cherry in the front, but missed those again (dang it).





Thank you so much for sharing. So beautiful.
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