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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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Kristin

Oh, wow...your Guernsey Cream is gorgeous! A friend gave me a start several years ago, but it always dies back before getting much of a start. I'd decided to give up on it, but maybe I will just order my own plant and try from scratch.

Loree / danger garden

I'm not the most Rhododendron savvy person but when I saw the photo of the Rhododendron yedoense poukahanense I had to page up to see what the name of that lily was. Ha! It's gorgeous, as are the Clematis.

Lisa at Greenbow

On these gloomy overcast spring days I bet those whites scream spring. Lovely.

Linda Brazill

Supposedly warm and sunny tomorrow. Can't wait!

Linda Brazill

I tried moving this Clematis once and killed it. So I bought another — the one pictured here — which is now 12 years old and doing better than ever.

Peter/Outlaw

Lovely and calming. Since enjoying your blooms right now is quite a luxury, could this garden moment be called white privilege? (Sorry, couldn't stop my fingers.)

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

It's all lovely. I wonder how long it will be before my Guernsey is blooming. If it never warms up, certainly quite a while.

rusty duck

White and green, especially in woodland. So very restful.

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