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Re: Texas bluebonnets


Wow - very cool aunt! 84? It wasn't that warm here?? Stttrrraaange
weather this year. Mmmm mmm mmm. Yes, they are a sight to see - whole
roadsides and fields covered w/ them. Hope they kick in by weekend after
next so Jesse and the girls get to see the show when they come down for
Ya-Ya weekend. I have to be very careful driving home from work or I
spend to much time looking at them and not the road!! :-)


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Richard T. Apking" <richa@midlands.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 16 Mar 2003 20:16:21 -0800

>Hi Pam,
>Your talk of bluebonnets takes me back.  My Aunt Mab Perryman was an artist
>of some (not a lot) note, and one of her favorites is bluebonnets.
>While I'm typing this I have about 8 paintings of her's that have
>bluebonnets.  I saw them once when I was just a little boy, and was
>impressed even then.  They are just lovely.
>Rich in Z-5 where it was 84 yesterday and 74 today, and rainshowers forcast
>for tonight
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Pamela J. Evans" <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
>To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
>Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2003 5:24 PM
>Subject: [CHAT] Texas bluebonnets
>
>
>> My friends! For those of you not fortunate enough to live in Texas (I
>> can see your eyes rolling now), let me tell you the bluebonnets have
>> begun to bloom.
>>
>> Pat's are bigger and have more blooms because she has sandier soil which
>> they love. But even in my amended clay - they have started to bloom. In
>> a week or two, the roadsides will be rife w/ them! Just in time for
>> Jesse's visit, may be one of the few things she misses about Texas. And
>> when they are blooming alongside blue anemone blanda, ipheions, Siberian
>> squill, grape hyacinths and vinca - well it's a beautiful blue symphony.
>> None of those flowers are large, as you know, but the different shades
>> are quite lovely and complement each other beautifully. How blessed we
>> are to know such beauty, even when it comes w/ the tariff of an aching
>> back. It's all worth it. I will try to get some pictures when everything
>> is "peaking". Now I'm off to get another glass of back medicine (spelled
>> Merlot) but just close your eyes and envision it!
>>
>>
>> blessings to you all!
>>
>> Pam
>>
>> --
>> Pam Evans
>> Kemp TX/zone 8A
>>
>>
>>
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Kemp TX/zone 8A



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