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Will look very bare when these have to come out...still trying to decide what to put in thier place. Zinnias? Cleome? Something Ive never grown before? Needs to be an annual.....hmmmmm.
Looks like a fine 'wild' mixture Lavender, who will win the race? Surprise us with what comes next! HAHA Zinnias make a loud statement ...PS: Having awful problems navigating your site (times out), also your comments on my blog don't alert me by email. Blogger is having some mighty hiccups at the moment!
Anon Loud and proud = Zinnias hehehe But did them last two years, so.....surprise it shall be!!! Im not getting email notifs for comments either - very strange! Sorry Im loading slow...I noticed that was happening after I added the poll - thought maybe that was all it was. Your blog is loading slow for me too - but thought it was just me - Thanks for the heads up, glad its blogger and not my machine!!!
I LOVE ZINNIAS!BUT I LOVE CHANGE TOO!
strange to see what I call "spring flowers" when it is Christmas.I use to be a wholesale florist, lots of the flowers you show sold for big bucks...their beautiful.
Those flowers look even more beautiful considering all the snow we have covering the ground right now!
KJ Tehehe We know the value of a good Zinnia, dont we! Dependable and bulletproof Zinnias...I wouldnt be at all surprised if there are a few 'volunteer' zinnias mixed in with whatever I plant, love mother nature! :)Pawhealer I bet it is stange Pawhealer - I still think its strange to be thinking about christmas when Im sweating like a sauna LOL!!! Id love to be a florist, bet when you were you always had lovely fresh flowers about :)BetteJo I love snow and miss it terribly, but then, I hardly have to drive to work in it now, so I guess its easy for me to say! :)
A natural garden.
Captain Just the way I like it! Hooray! :)
I want to pick a big bunch of the sweet peas :)
Kite Please help yourself! A handful in a vase scents a whole room - just lovely! :)
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