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Thursday, July 15, 2021

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Kris P

I'd be crazy about Thalictrum too if I had even a chance of growing it. (I did try to once in my former gentler shady garden.) Ditto Astrantia, which I tried and failed to grow in both my last garden and my current one. Happy Bloom Day, Linda!

Beth@PlantPostings

I'm noticing the same timing situations you mention; for most of my plants, they seem to be peaking/blooming earlier than usual; probably because of the early hot start to the summer. We were in Door County last week, though, and it was downright cold. We had fun anyway, though.

Lisa at Greenbow

I love seeing your Thalictrum. I always think I want it in my garden then forget to plant it. I love the airy look of the plants and the blooms.
My tall recurved lilies all disappear and at a higher rate than yours. I often wonder why. I love them so.

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