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Monday, September 11, 2017

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Lisa at Greenbow

Your tea house is so welcoming even without that sweet little bouquet. It has been perfect weather to be outside. Not a drop of rain here in Sept. I am hoping Irma will push some rain up this way. We are having some flooring installed this week. It will surely rain on the days they are working here. Isn't that the way it always works.?? :)

Cathy

We don't see many hanging vases like, so it was good to see yours, well, Mark's today. Do enjoy beng able to use your tea house now that the weather is cooler

Peter/Outlaw

Excellent placement of Mark's cool new hanging vase & Kirengeshoma palmata really pops against the gray wall of the tea house!

Linda Brazill

Another week ahead of beautiful weather with not a drop of rain in the forecast. Had hoses out all Sunday afternoon and need to get them to a new area today.

Loree / danger garden

Perfectly imperfect!

Donna@Gardens Eye View

I love the idea of a tea house.....and I have a gazebo that could use a vase and a few more visits....lovely vase!

Linda Brazill

Amazing that we have these lovely structures and then forget to use them even though they are staring us in the face! Enjoy your gazebo.

Kris P

Your tea house is absolutely lovely, Linda! Kirengeshoma palmata was one of the (many) plants I tried in my former garden after seeing that my Sunset western garden guide claimed it could handle my climate - sadly, it could not.

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