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Re: Today in the Garden

Ceres, did the photographer put everything back in
place before he/she left? 

How is your knee doing? 


--- Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 6/25/06 7:36:34 PM,
> chris@widom-assoc.com writes:
> > Oh, BTW, I took a photo of your namesake lily
> > this evening
> > 
> Great photo, Chris.   I purchased 9 bulbs last fall,
> gave 3 to my neighbor 
> and planted 2 clumps of 3@.   They are finished
> blooming already.
>      The tour was from 9-4 and I did have the city
> post 'no parking' signs on 
> the opposite side of the street to reduce the risk
> of an accident and also to 
> allow my neighbors easy access to their homes.   Our
> guests parked on our cul 
> de sac and on the intersecting street.   I had my MG
> volunteers park in a 
> school parking lot & walk across the greenbelt
> walkway to my garden.   The 
> weather was overcast & cooler than the past week so
> was very comfortable.   I really 
> had a back ache last night.   I work in my garden
> many days 10-12 hrs but 
> just standing took its toll.   I usually have
> something to eat or drink for 
> smaller groups but for this we simply moved the
> water cooler on the deck so they 
> could get a cold drink.
>      Chris, I am not a photographer & do take some
> photos but not digital & I 
> don't have a scanner.   I felt uneasy with the
> photographer that was here 
> Fri.   He seem to be clumsy and not so in tune with
> plants.   They usually have 
> they corporate photographer but this was a
> freelancer.
>      So glad it is over.   I have a couple more
> small ones scheduled later in 
> the season.   We did get some more rain today :-)
>      Ceres
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