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Monday, October 27, 2014


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Ooh - lots of ideas to borrow here, Linda. I like your use of the hydrangea and sedum heads, as well as those hosta seedpods :)

Lisa at Greenbow

You gals had too much fun. Pretty.

Donna@Gardens Eye View

You have given me lots of ideas here too. I love the airy wisps of cuttings in the first display. And next 2 are wonderful in the diversity of the materials. I especially loved the last with the dark colors contrasted with the hydrangea and flower. Quite stunning all three.

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