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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

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Helene

What a nice collection of flowers you have! I have never seen Tricyrtis hirta 'Tojen', that's going to be one for my wish list, I had a 'lemon and lime' for years but it died, probably because I tried to divide it - it didn't like that...and your water lily is gorgeous :-)

Chris

Love the bloom on Geranium hybrida 'Brookside'. Will have to try this one. Happy GBBD!

Lee@A Guide To Northeastern Gardening

Love all your blues and purples. Lovely blooms in your garden!

Donna

Pretty purples, whites and yellows.

Lisa at Greenbow

It is surprising that your ligurlaria has survived the drought. Beautiful blooms. Happy GBBD.

Dorothy/Gardening with Nature

Wonderful pictures. I especially love all your blues.

Holleygarden

Nice blooms. Love the agasthache. And scabiosa is a flower that just can not be beat!

Town Mouse

What fun! Yes, I agree, looking a little closer and enjoying the smaller plants often makes us realize there's a lot going on.

Les

I am glad your garden is bouncing back from the extreme weather. You would never know from the photos that anything out of the ordinary had happened.

Linda

So pretty! Taking a closer look is one of the things I really enjoy about Bloom Day.

Scott

So beautiful (and so happy for the rain)!!! I love that Actea...sadly, I've never seen it for sale around here. The Sacabiosa and Agastache are lovely...and I bet the bees are loving you for getting them!

Jason

Love the doll's eyes. Don't have that, but do have scabiosa and agastache, which are both favorites.

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