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RE: Just popping in for a minute

I am so glad the peonies survived! They will be special for you every year.

I worked outside this afternoon. Perfect weather here, overcast, but not to
hot. I don't like working in the hot sun. Ripped out a ton of overpowering
plants and weeds. Tomorrow is planting day.


> Melody, I REALLY need some of your energy!  My irises are in glorious
> bloom.
> I don't know where the yellow one came from, but it is such a bold, clear
> yellow that it is most certainly welcome.  The sky blue iris are also in
> bloom and are a little bit of heaven on the side of the drive way.
> Everyone
> has been blown away by their appearance.  But here's the wonderful news:
> the peonies I dug from mother's yard last spring are up.  Some seem pretty
> small.  Others look pretty full and healthy.  The white ones from my Aunt
> Lorraine's yard given to mother have started to bloom!!!  The fragrance is
> wonderful!  My columbines have happily seeded around and more are always
> welcome.
> I had hoped to dig out the mailbox garden to re-vamp it and extend it with
> that weeping cherry tree and many other little goodies I've been given
> this
> spring, but it has just poured today.  The weather folks are forecasting
> the
> same all blasted weekend!  UGH!  Pam, I sure wish I could send you some!
> Blessings,
> Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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