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Tuesday, June 03, 2014


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Lisa at Greenbow

I have the old fashioned type. It is easy to control. Hmmmm wonder what that says about my soil. Ha... I like that striped one. I have also been given one that blooms pink. The pink is very faint but it hasn't become a thug, at least not yet.

rusty duck

I am resorting to pots now.. they grow like crazy here too. Burying the pot in the soil is a good idea. I was going to try leaving them in situ for a couple of years before pulling up the pot and splitting the plants.


I love the smell of lily of the valley too. I think the photo of the 3 pots is beautiful. I particularly like the egg type pots with a small opening. There is just something esthetically perfect about their shape.

Cindy at enclos*ure

Now I know what to put under my big old holly tree back in D.C. And I love the idea of L. of V. in pots. "May Dreams Gardens" had a post last year about ordering pre-chilled pips for indoor late-winter bloom, which sounded like a lovely idea.

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