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Monday, May 30, 2022

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Kristin

I love the textures and subtle color differences in so many of these photos. I also love showy blossoms, but the textures are just so calming and meditative. That calycanthus is gorgeous, and I am wondering if it's a plant I admired at Olbrich a few years ago.

Barbara H.

I thought I would miss the pool but your garden looks lovely in its new reincarnation. I'm always so impressed not only by your plantings but by your plant identifications!

Kris P

All beautiful compositions, Linda! Why is it that rabbits insist on deadheading flowers in full bloom? And why can't they eat weeds?

Congratulations on getting everything in the ground. Best wishes for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.

Linda Brazill

KRISTIN — It wouldn't surprise me that Olbrich has one. ​

Linda Brazill

BARBARA — I wrote and spoke about gardens so much that I made sure I made id cards for all my plants. I hated it when someone hadn't a clue. Though lately I can't always remember the names and then I can't even look anything up. Aging brain. 

Linda Brazill

KRIS — I am pretty happy that I got it all in the ground. Now we  just need consistent rain.

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