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Friday, May 05, 2017

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Lisa at Greenbow

Your garden is alive and well. The path is so inviting. The bleeding heart is like a beacon.

Linda Brazill

We can see that bleeding heart from inside the living room which was rather a shock!

mgolbach

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Linda Brazill

I had my husband test the comment setup as a reader was having problems, in case you were curious about this quirky message!

Loree / danger garden

Wow! Spring has exploded. Your Symphytum × uplandicum 'Axminster Gold' looks lovely.

Linda Brazill

Year 3 for that Comfrey and I think it has settled in nicely.

Susie

What perfection Linda! Enjoy your time out in the garden

Frank

That is so nice. I thought the bleeding heart was too much when it first came out but this spring I've admired it in a few spots. My resistance may crumble...
I'm always surprised by the diversity and changing views which your garden has. It's really a garden you can walk through and enjoy from many angles!

Jason

Love your Primulas.

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