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Wednesday, April 08, 2020


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Lisa at Greenbow

Yes, there is something new happening every day. The changes are dramatic and exciting.


I love greeting my plants like old friends when they return in the spring. I love this post!

Kris P

It's got to be a joy to walk through the garden and find old friends and new acquaintances showing up! I still have a way to go in recognizing plants based on their foliage but I'm more careful about pulling seedlings before I make an ID than I once was. Luckily for me, much of what I grow is evergreen so I don't have too many plant mysteries to solve.

Loree / danger garden

Euphorbia palustris is a new one for me. There's a euphorbia for every situation isn't there?

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