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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Along week 13 Clover Leaf & Captain's Wheel Discussion Page

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    Super Member QuiltingNinaSue's Avatar
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    Beautiful, LI, thanks for sharing. Breath taking, how the action was stopped in that moment. A rare moment in time...caught just right. Would love to catch our resident hummingbird in a moment like that.

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    aaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh I smell lilacs!!!!!!!!!!
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    Old fashioned lilac, or red or the purple petals trimmed in white?Name:  Lilac, OldFashioned (2).JPG
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Size:  462.8 KBWhite or red bleeding hearts?Name:  Comlubine, Red & blue.JPG
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Size:  104.7 KBOr Red & white columbine?

    Pick one quick, QuiltE...and put it in a vase.

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    QNSue...I love your "tire" garden. I'm a firm believer in raised garden beds regardless of the shape! Your rhubarb look like it's almost pie time. My mom always made the rhurbarb custard pie. I haven't had it in years. Most people I know make it a fruit pie with strawberries. What's the favorite in your family?

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    But, QNSue, You forgot to offer any peonies!

    And you want me to pick JUST one?????????



    IF they were here in my yard .... I'd be picking LOTS of lilacs and filling my antique water pitcher (from the wash bowl set), and my other big vases. And even some small bouquets to set on the window sill in my office and kitchen.

    There doesn't look like there's many blooms of the others, so I'd not pick them. Though there may be and we can't see them? If so, then I'd be a-picking some of all of them!!!! YOu can't have too many flowers in your home!
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    Peonies are budded for bloom; tulips are fading away as the daffodils into memories only for this 2012 year. Yes, we garden in big truck tires and tractor tires and mix a potting soil to go into the tire. One does not dig potatoes out with a spade or digging fork; hands can dig deep enough to bring out the potatoes with little effort. Weeds pull easy and I can move my "green seat on wheels" around the tires. Guess I am a lazy gardener, sitting down on the job!!!

    Regular years, the peonies decorate the graves of loved ones past on for Memorial Day and Irises, too, decorate the graves. For some reason, we have zoomed forward into late May while the calendar says its April. I set out a dozen tomato plants today. Never have done that before in my lifetime. And we mowed the grass twice in March. Unheard of occasions in the mid west.

    Spring Break out tomorrow, so let's hear the sewing machines going full speed, and show the results on QB PC.

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    xxxxxfingers-crossedxxxxx
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    QNSue ... that there's no "on schedule" frost!

    Here we would never trust the weather til post-May 24th ... though often there are earlier plantings with a lot of xxxxxfingers-crossedxxxxx .... and sometimes the gardener wins ... sometimes the garden centre wins with the replacement sales!
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