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Wednesday, May 02, 2012

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Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Guernsey Cream makes my heart skip a beat every time. They are certainly my most favorite clematis. And is there any more sexy flower in the world than Arisaema sikokianum? I would argue not. She's a looker!

Pam/Digging

Such virginal beauty for spring -- lovely!

Altoon

Wow, how beautiful! you have so many plants blooming already. Here in northern Vermont it's still just daffodils and narcissus, aside from the violets and dandelions in the lawn.

Linda Brazill

The temps were below normal for much of April so things bloomed and stayed around after the early push they got in March. Now its 80 degrees today and a bunch of tulips opened in one fell swoop and will probably be over in a day. Cant keep up with the changes. I have a clematis in full bloom which seems pretty strange!

Lisa at Greenbow

The symphony is gorgeous. Jack does make an arresting crescendo.

Barbara H.

Well, now I just have plant envy! These are all so beautiful that I don't think I could choose a favorite. Great shooting! Arisaema sikokianum reminds me of The Scream. All of the portraits have personalities.

Linda Brazill

I think you are right about Arisaema sikokianum and The Scream.  I will have to see what other plants suggest famous works of art. Things are a bit bedraggled as weve been having big storms with lots of rain. But all that rain is making things grow even faster.

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