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Thread: Flowers and more flowers in the garden ...

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    Power Poster RedGarnet222's Avatar
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    Thanks so much everyone ... your all so sweet to comment. I am going go and have some lunch out there right now. You are all welcome to come on over an visit me. Although it sure looks close to raining! I might get drenched..... LOL.

    Relatives are due any minute now from kentucky, so the house will be full of noise and laughter. :wink:

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    Beautiful. Yes I would love some.

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    Here is the newly opened franzia marie clematis. And my yellow rose bush.
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    I am going to have my DH look at this. I want this arrangement. Have fun with your company!

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    Beautiful flowers and yard. Love your bright colors - colors of nature!

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    I love lemonade and if I can sip it looking over all your beautiful flowers, even better.

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    Oh thank you so much! I designed it all myself. It took me a while, but I am happy with it.

    Here it is from the other side, so you can see the walkway curving. It adds a little something extra.
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    Oh Red what an amazing garden. It is so pretty. YOu have done a great job there :D Thank You so much for sharing, we like to take the straight edges away from our lawn , it looks more soothingI think.
    Jacqui

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    What a beautiful garden Red! I'm on my way with my swimming costume for the hot tub - I'd LOVE one of those!

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    It tickles me to hear the way other people talk in other countries. I hope you don't take that the wrong way, it is just so cute, k2n.

    Thanks for all the nice compliments. It sure was a lot of hard work and money, but, I think I finally got it to where I want it.

    I truely wish you girls could come to visit. It would be a quilt bee that everyone would remember.

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