For Carol and Eliz…

You’re demands have been met.

one fine gardening helper, named Cash, he\'s a Springer

one fine gardening helper, named Cash, he's a Springer

More than one thing wrong with this picture. And of course, there are no blossoms this morning on the offending day lily. Trust me, it did not work.

More than one thing wrong with this picture. And of course, there are no blossoms this morning on the offending day lily. Trust me, it did not work.

I\'m liking the Herbstonne and the Blue Atlas

I'm liking the Herbstonne and the Blue Atlas

This clematis is really nice when the Joseph\'s Coat rose is blooming but that doesn\'t happen but once a year so the rose is outta there!

This clematis is really nice when the Joseph's Coat rose is blooming but that doesn't happen but once a year so the rose is outta there!

I want to enhance this little vignette: the hardy hibiscus (barely showing) and the rosa mutabilis go really well with the echinacea, finally, I got somethin\' right!

I want to enhance this little vignette: the hardy hibiscus (barely showing) and the rosa mutabilis go really well with the echinacea, finally, I got somethin' right!

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2 Responses to For Carol and Eliz…

  1. Why, thank you! I should make demands more often. All I see are beautiful gardens and a handsome springer spaniel!

    Does that clematis have yellow flowers?

  2. Gorgeous dog. I hate ‘Joseph’s Coat.’ Ripped out two this year. Just does not perform.~~Dee

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