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Monday, May 02, 2016


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Cindy at enclos*ure

Great find!

(I wear gloves too, usually until the temps are well up into the sixties.)

Lisa at Greenbow

Sweet vase and flowers. Your new acquisition is pretty. That is how I like morning glories...on a plate, in a picture...


The dish is a nice find. Pretty vignette.

Donna@Gardens Eye View

How lovely...we both thought of muscari this week....they look fabulous against your estate sale find and those finger less gloves....which are priceless!


That is indeed a very pretty plate - and the little vase with the muscari and your gloves pick out the blues perfectly. Thanks for sharing

Loree / danger garden

We've had similar temperature swings, confusing for us and the plants. I love the muscari in the Heath vase - a great combination.

Kris P

You pulled together all sorts of threads with that last photo! Your new acquisition is lovely and the Muscari is a perfect color match.



Beth @ PlantPostings

Perfect! I can't believe you still have Muscari blooming. Mine are completely done over here in McFarland. I guess that illustrates how microclimates and garden locations can make a huge difference. I'm hoping we're done with the cold until next fall, but of course it's always chilly on Memorial Day weekend.


I like your estate sale find and it works really well with your display! Beautiful and fun.

Linda from Each Little World

Beth — ​These Muscari were just planted last fall so I think they are later than normal as this is their first season in the garden. I have another variety in a shadier spot and they are not even open yet. And my "early" daffs are still blooming like crazy even as my "late" ones begin opening.

Linda from Each Little World

Loree — Everything looks better in a Heath vase!

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