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#356928 May 19th, 2012 at 10:22 AM
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here is what I found in the flower bed today.

i think Miss marlowe columbines and chives

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beautiful Columbines----some day I hope to live where I can have some of those---just about all sun here---so sadly, none for me


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Those have part sun only carol.. Had no idea they were shade lovers......I was weeding tonite an found them against my snowball bush.

I was amazed.. most plants are having trouble this year , not that one.
thanks Carol for the compliments..

Wonder if they grow out Me Bills area??



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dodge #356933 May 19th, 2012 at 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by dodge
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And you just "found them"? lol I would be doing flips if I found flowers that pretty growing in my garden. I do have some columbines growing, when they bloom I'll get them posted, but they are not near as full as yours!! Thank you so much for sharing, I just love all your pictures applaud


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LOL thanks fabtodyefor

Well I meant I did plant them but forgotten to watch for them.. The other columbines arent there yet ........Never were they that nice before.

Small miracles I say. Lots of stuff is not growing well cause of late frosts here.
Thanks for enjoying my photos..i enjoy posting them.
Want to see yours too.........May give me more ideas.
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Beautiful Dodge...I had those same bonnet columbines before. They lasted only two seasons. Mind you every other kind self sows itself where I don't want it to. lol


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beautiful.




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