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Tuesday, January 12, 2021


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Kris P

Wonderful photos to mark the pivotal points in your 2020 garden year, Linda! I love the ducks and the Erythronium. Snow is lovely too, although I've decided it's best viewed from a distance. I'm sorry once again about the loss of your beloved nursery (I'm still mourning those I lost years ago so I know how you feel). The renovated deck will give you a great spot to review your beautiful spring garden when it arrives, by which time I hope we'll all be looking at things from the bright side.

Lisa at Greenbow

It is good to look back and savor the good things. Your garden is a treasure. I love that picture of you surrounded by your last haul from the Flower Factory. It is sad to lose such a place. Seeing the tapestry of plants makes me long for spring even more.

Susie at pbmGarden

Gardens can nourish us all year as your lovely post attests. The foliage at the Tea House is exquisite. I'm intrigued by your Carex plantings. Do they keep the weeds at bay and can you plant among them? The Carolina silverbell flowers look so pretty among them.

danger garden

Oh that photo of you with your Flower Factory haul just makes me smile. Here's to a new gardening year ahead!

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