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    poppies

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    cottage garden...allium, ferns with a background hydrangea

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    English rose, Brother Cadfael - often mistaken for peonies

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    alliums and stipa tennuisima-gorgeous mix

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    Foxglove

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    thistle ~ even a thistle can be adored

    moonlightrainbow: thebeldam: isaac-lonetree: Thistl...

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    Primula vialli

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    Sea holly

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    sedum

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    Itoh peony - Giving this one a shot in my Zone 9 garden

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    Reflection

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    Flowering Cactus

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    Peeping through the fence!

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    alliums and stipa tennuisima-gorgeous mix

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    Blog post ~ "What is a weed, a plant who's virtues have never been discovered" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    foxglove

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    Hydrangea Cityline Rio

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    Love these! Blue Orchids'Royal Blue'

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    Chives

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    Gorgeous tulip growing in my garden

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    roses tumbling over picket fence - I'm in heaven!

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    Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ which turns out to be the 2012 Perennial Plant of the Year (as chosen by the Perennial Plant Association, who else?) This plant is perfect for shade and its real beauty is in its leaves. The common name “heartleaf brunnera” leads you in that this perennial has heart-shaped leaves which are frosty silver with light green veins. ‘Jack Frost’ also gives the added advantage of floating stalks of forget me not blue flowers from mid to late spring.

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    Robert Ullmann

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    old fashioned roses

    White Ironstone Cottage

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    Clematis montana rubens

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