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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

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Lisa at Greenbow

I would faint if a bus pulled up in front of our house. I know those people enjoyed your garden. It is grand. A good idea to wear something colorful especially on such an overcast day. You became the most beautiful flower.

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Wow, what an honor to have such a knowledgable group of gardeners tour your garden. It sounds like they had a lovely time. I should have hopped on the bus at the cheese factory!

Linda Brazill

Lisa — That is a lovely compliment; thank you!


Erin — Im still hoping to see you in person one of these days!

Barbara H.

Love the seersucker sedge - I don't think I've seen that before. So glad you got a little rain to freshen things and overcast skies to make it more comfortable. Your garden looks pretty lush in spite of the hot dry summer you've had. Lucky Northwest gardeners - wonderful places to visit!

Julie Siegel

So glad to get details on this tour...wonderful group of gardeners, both professional and amateur. They perked me up a few days earlier when Rick del Vesco and I showed them some Chicago sites: Lurie Garden, Lily Pond and the Lincoln Park Conservatory. Once my work calms a bit, I will post more pix and words. Of course you and yr garden look stunning: I'd keep the photographer.

Les

Mark and Linda are brave souls.

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