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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Overlooked on Bloom Day

Arctostaphylos 'Howard McMinn'

Dicentra spectabilis 'Valentine'

Camellia

Trillium kurabayashii

Epimedium

Self-sown  Euphorbia

Euphorbia x martinii 'Rudolph'


Euphorbia 'Rudolph'

Dicentra 'Gold Heart'

Dicentra 'Gold Heart'

Echevaria

9 comments:

  1. Talk about a follow up just as good as the original post :)

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  2. I love that you have so many blooms that you could do another whole post on them. You know I adore that orange Echevaria bloom. Spring is wonderful, ain't it!?

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  3. How exciting that spring has brought you so many blooms that you could overlook so many! Beautiful!

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  4. You overlooked some beauties! The Bleeding Hearts are so pretty, as are all the rest. It's hard to get to everything when Bloom Day comes. Every day should be bloom day when spring arrives.

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  5. I love them all but I most envy the bleeding hearts, which I no longer even try to grow here.

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  6. Oh, your beautiful trillium. I had the same one, came up two years running and I loved it so much. This year it has completely disappeared. I blame the mice. Guard it with your life!

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  7. Don't you just LOVE the Gold Heart?! I go out and pet mine every day. Ha! I need the Valentine next. I'm lusting after that Epimedium, too. Yummy.

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  8. Another fantastic selection! You have so many beautiful flowers!

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