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Monday, March 28, 2016

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Peter/Outlaw

It's always fun to get packages in the mail even if they're practical and you know what's inside. Thanks for the tip about the aluminum labels and especially the AnyWear clogs. All of my local sources for AnyWears stopped selling them years ago and my last pair just got tossed into the garbage. I'd not thought of looking online, thinking that the company must not be making them anymore.

Linda from Each Little World

Peter — ​When I ordered the clogs on Amazon they came from a medical clothing company. Amazon seemed the easiest way to get them. ​

Lisa at Greenbow

Tags and clogs a good thing. I thought of you when I looked at the new edition of B&H's Country Gardens magazine. They have a nice article about peonies. Seems there is a big peony garden, Ellwanger Garden in Rochester, NY. You might know of it since you are from up that way. I thought the article might interest you.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — ​I have heard of that garden but not until I moved away. Have never seen it myself but I will look for the article. I lived in Rochester for three years. It's called the Flower City and has a park filled with lilac trees that I did go to a number of times.

Beth @ PlantPostings

Oh fun! It's always exciting to get new stuff in the mail--especially garden stuff! I've meant for years to add markers like that, but haven't gotten around to it. Now that we'll probably be moving in a couple of years, it doesn't make much sense. Maybe my next garden will be perfectly marked. ;-)

D

You are getting a lot of fun stuff, I love the labels!
Hope things have warmed up once again and the ice is gone...

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