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  1. thepondlady

    thepondlady In Flower

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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    :drool: :drool: So many beautiful and colourful flowers!! I love your columbines, a favourite of mine. I thoroughly enjoyed joining you on your walk and gazing at all those gorgeous roses and lilies. We must do it again .... soon. :-D
     
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    Netty Chaotic Gardener Plants Contributor

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    Wonderful Lily's! Thanks for letting me take a walk in your garden!
     
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    Beautiful flowers. I loved that plum rose on the second page. Is it fragrant and does it have a name? I like the size of the pictures in your albim, too. They were easy to see. Photobuckets are too small.
     



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    sewNsow In Flower

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    I enjoyed your pictures very much. Columbines just don't come back for me. I wish they did.

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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Very impressive group of flowers there to view. Good varieties of the different sorts. One could look one's eyes right out of their head.
     
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    thepondlady In Flower

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    That plum colored rose is Gurney's Blue climbing rose! Not even close to a blue! But I like it anyway.
     
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    cherylad Countess of Cute-ification Plants Contributor

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    Gorgeous! Especially all the lilies and the Clematis
     
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    thepondlady In Flower

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    Added some yard shots for everyone!
     
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    I enjoyed your garden[cogratulation thepondlady :-D
     
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    I enjoyed taking a walk in your garden ty
     
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    stratsmom Flower Fanatic

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    How do you do it??? That is just beautiful! Who is the little cutie with the white dog? :-D
     
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    Thanks. The little girl is my Grand daughter Tori! She is just a hoot! The little Dog is mine. She is one of 3 that I saved from death. The garden takes care of its self mostly. OH! and we had irrigation water so I do not have to use the tap water.
     

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