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Friday, June 29, 2018


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Loree / danger garden

I would have taken the opportunity to snip that creamy white one for a vase.


Sweet surprises! You must be thrilled to have this sort of invaders in your garden.


Do you think they came from weird genetic that came through in seed that self sowed? They are pretty. Glad you plan to move them and not compost them.


I call that a wonderful surprise. One which our gardens seem to spring on us often.


I call that a wonderful surprise. One which are gardens frequently give us.


They're both lovely. I'd leave the dark red one where it is, in hopes that it will increase. What a nice surprise.

Lisa at Greenbow

What lovely surprises. I would take them any day. I usually end up with crabgrass or dandelions as surprises.

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