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Sunday, August 14, 2011

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Lisa at Greenbow

Beautiful blooms here. I love the sunny Echinacea bloom picture. It is nice that the Queen graced you with her presence. I have tried to get Queen Annes Lace going in my garden. No go. Hmmmmm. Maybe I tried too hard. Happy GBBD.

Les

I hope your blooms are distracting enough to take your mind away from the recalls that did not have optimal results. I read a quote recently that said "many troubles can be buried while digging in the garden".

Altoon

Even though the blooms are minimal now, what you've shown us is lovely. No white phlox in your garden?

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lisa — I can never grow Queen Anne's lace; just enjoy the random plants that appear.

Altoon — I used to have white phlox but it had so many mildew problems that I gave it up. Now they have so many mildew resistant varieties I should try again. And in a dry summer like this one, mildew isn't exactly a problem!

Christine @ The Gardening Blog

You have lovely blooms - love the water lily! Wish mine would flower.
Happy GBBD :)

Paul From Alabama

Love your blooms and thanks for inviting me into your garden.

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