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Tuesday, June 15, 2021


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Barbara H.

I love them all. The heuchera with the peony is brilliant.


Lovely arrangements!

danger garden

An excellent twist on Bloomday! I'm always sad when I hear gardeners say they never cut their flowers and bring them indoors. They're missing out on enjoying them in an entirely different way.

Lisa at Greenbow

Love that peony. I know what you mean about the heat making everything topsy turvy. It went to summer a week ago. Now it is back to normal ?? temps. So much better. Too bad it won't last. Summer is barreling back in a couple of days.

Kris P

I wish I had half your skill in presenting arrangements, Linda! As you probably recall, I adore peonies but your peach beauty earned an audible gasp. If (I dare not say "when") my existing Itoh peony ever blooms, I'll hunt down 'Border Charm' to challenge myself yet again.

Linda Brazill

KRIS P. — Border Charm is the only Itoh Peony I have and it is getting shaded out. I need to convince Mark to do some pruning on our big Ginkg

Linda Brazill

LISA — We are enjoying a little break from the heat so I am doing as much as I can in the garden. But a lot of time and energy is spent watering. Hoping for rain soon.


Such beautiful displays! I love them all, but that first one is such a nifty and unexpected combination--really special. Fingers crossed that we'll get some rain in the next few days. I'm so tired of watering things.

Linda Brazill

BETH — I agree. It is exhausting. Now that it is a bit cooler, I am trying to get a lot done but it seems to be going slowly. 


You’ve reminded me that the right vase can make all the difference in a floral arrangement. I love your thoughtful combinations.

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