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RE: Today in the Garden

Ceres!  Where will the photos be published and when?  I'll have to break
down and buy the publication so I can enjoy your wonderful garden!  (Too bad
folks couldn't/wouldn't read your labels!  I'm tickled it was such a success
for you!

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Cersgarden@aol.com
Sent: Sunday, June 25, 2006 2:16 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Today in the Garden

Chris, your containers are wonderful!
     I am having a easy day today.   Yesterdy was the MG tour which my
was one of 8.   We had 472 guests come thru but the topper was almost a 1/2"

of rain about 3:30.   This is the 1st rain we have had in about 1 1/2
 Some parts of the greater Des Moines area rcd over an 1".
     Garden Gate mag photographers were in my garden on Wed and returned Fri

for addtl shots which ended up to be almost all day.   They photographed a 
bunch of containers, moved garden furniture here & there for different
shots, moved my hypertufas from the pergola to the back yard for photos,
rearrgd my ft 
porch (verandah),   and waited til the sun was just right for photos of the 
gated pergola and entrance to my garden.   I thought they would be here just
short time in the a.m. as they were the first day.   We had watering of the
and containers to do in the back which didn't get done until late afternoon.

 By then, the lawn was really looking worn.   The photographer almost fall 
off the bridge as he was positioning for a photo.
     Most asked questions: What was the geranium with the lg blooms
(Callirhoe involucrata (wine cups)), What was the varigated plant with
yellow daisey 
like blooms? (Heliopsis 'Lairraine Sunshine")   What is the wisteria like
plant ( Robinia pseudoacacia   'Twisty Baby')   and How do you get your
so neat (gas powered John Deere sidewalk edger)   All but the last had
     Love all your chatter!

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