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Monday, May 02, 2022

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danger garden

Beautiful! Perhaps a new acronym is in order? Instead of IAVOM we can do IABOM.

Kris P

A beautiful display, Linda! I especially love those in the decorative teacups. I've never tried floating hellebores in water but then I don't usually have enough in bloom to make an impact. Mine are already over and done for the season, most without having produced a single bloom this year. I'm blaming that on 2 years in a row of poor rainfall.

Linda Brazill

KRIS — I just sent some photos of leaf damage on my Boxwoods to the UW's Diagnostic Lab to see if it is winterburn, last year's drought or blight. More and more seems like there are questions in the garden related to climate change.

Susie at pbmGarden

Linda, you've created a beautiful tribute to your hellebores! I like the use of pomegranates.

Linda Brazill

SUSIE — Thanks, Susie. When the pomegranates are fully dry they are a very dark red and look rather different. But I still love them.

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