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Re: Winter & What's in Bloom

Just braved the falling temperatures and wet soil to take a quick look at my
garden. Still have a nice bloom stalk of Delphinium exaltatum fully open.
Corydalis ochroleuca are still very much in bloom and the cyclamen coum are
in both bloom and bud. Still enough out there to have a reason to take a
short walk and see what is going on.

----- Original Message -----
> Cold & windy here in zone 6 Idaho. Winter heathers not blooming yet, so
> the last of the fall color. Inside, one of the hanging pots of geraniums
> still bloomomg, P. "Taj Mahal". Gorgeous dark burgandy.
> Judy B

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