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Friday, May 15, 2020

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Barbara H.

I was scrolling through, nodding and liking, but had to laugh when I saw the violets. The ones I have are extremely invasive in my flower beds. They form dense rhizomes and small seedpods not connected to flowering so they can be cleaned out and still come back strong. Hopefully yours are more well behaved than mine. I'm glad spring has sprung for you.

Lisa at Greenbow

Your blooms are lovely even if there aren't as many as you might like. Let's just hope that this long cool spring will drag out the blooming times. Yes, I need some of that Muscari latifolium. I have a peony blooming too. An old fashioned one. I don't know the name of it. Happy GBBD.

commonweeder

You have some beautiful flowers! Those frittilaries (sp?) and the hellebores - wow! My three peonies aren't blooming yet, but it won't be long. I get confused about primula names. I have some pretty plants and I don't get much beyond primrose. I do have a wonderful Japanese primrose that has a tall stem with flowers. It loves blooming in water.

Kris P

You've got lots of color going, especially with the unseasonably cold temperatures you've had. I'd love to be able to grow many of those flowers. Even the most common Primulas don't do well here - and you already know my sad song about peonies.

Kristin

Everything is beautiful. That hellebore Kingston Cardinal is stunning, and I love your trilliums!

Arun goyal

These blossoms are quite lovely especially hellebores and trilliums that can't be grown in my hot region.Peonies color are stunning in your garden. Brunnera does quite resemble forget me not to me , it is lovely delicate blooms.Happy blooms day.

Loree / danger garden

Your Trillium are a thing of beauty!

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