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Wednesday, May 11, 2022

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Kris P

I love the Forsythia. It's great when a neighbor's garden offers gems like those you describe. In my case, I'm looking at a very sad Brugmansia :(

Kristin

We were so happy when our first spring in this house arrived and we saw that our neighbor was a gardener. Sadly, she has dementia now, and is making strange changes to her garden that I don't think would have happened if she were healthy. I told Jim that we need to run over and intervene if she starts removing her Korean Spice Viburnum or the dogwoods or the huge Oakleaf Hydrangea. Thank you for sharing your neighbor's garden with us.

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