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Re: Garden Addictions ...

In a message dated 00-01-01 12:56:22 EST, you write:

<< You are kidding, you what was published was not really your garden.  I 
 that you like the flowers that they added, did it give you any ideas?
 Narda >>

   The additions are in the photos of the back yard and included some 
daylilies, coreopsis, gaillardia (sp) and clematis.  I already grow varieites 
of each of these myself, but their placement of the additional imported pots 
"offended" my sense of order somehow --- not really any big deal, but it's 
kind of like someone redressing your child for a photograph!

   The one that bugs me the most is the coreopsis 'Moonbeam' they stuck next 
to 'Great Expectations'  and the rearragement of my turtle stepping stones 
--- makes the shot just a little too busy for me --- but I was trilled by the 
end result just the same and I'm still having trouble fitting my head through 
the doorway!!!

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