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Re: What did you do in your garden today?


Not much gardening today, it rained in the a.m.  Cut the tall bearded that
got  knocked down and some peonies. Nice bouquet.  Cleaned up a few hostas
that the puppy dog shredded, some she's done it twice to, so I think their
show is over with for this year.  Siberians burst open today, and look
great.  Not too many daylilies are showing signs of blooming soon, except
for dear Stella. Old hardy roses have fewer blooms but the biggest ever,
especially Blanc Double de Coubert, and the fragrance is amazing! What a
show!
Basically just walked around and enjoyed whats happening and ignored the
weeds and work.  Good thing to do once in a while.
Barbara
Quebec, Canada
mailto:township@acbm.qc.ca

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