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Re: Re: Bloom on TB's

I have lots of blooms on my TB's now. Some are taller than last year.Blooms
are huge on Razzberry Rita, Titan's Glory, Immortality, Poetry In Motion,
Victoria Falls, Native, Lumiere D'Automne, Tide's In, Queen in Calico, and
Jade Stone, Sun Doll, Maui Moonlught, Little Buchaneer,  and other small
ones blooming also.
The garden is alive now, Peonies just bursting open, Primroses, Kierra,
Roses everywhere, not too many hybrid teas, yet , though.Snow in Summer and
Dianthus are beautiful and the Viburnum smells heavenly. White Candytuft and
Homestead Purple Verbenia edge the rock walls of the main daylily bed which
is healthy looking but no blooms yet. This is the beginning of my favorite
season, sigh....

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