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    My Garden 2014

    This has been a spectacular year for my "jungle". Late Spring, just the right amount of rain, and little extreme heat. I try to spend an hour in the morning with my coffee and an hour around 5 with my wine. What could be better. Enjoy!
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    Absolutely beautiful. I have to agree my garden has been the best in may years. I guess prefect condition for winter and spring to give us such beauty. I posted some pictures awhile back. My giant hibiscus is just starting to bloom and is loaded with buds. I will post pictures in a couple of days.


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    Just Beautiful!

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    beautiful garden .
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    Pretty and no weeds!

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    So pretty! Thank you for sharing your lovely garden. I have many of the same flowers, but ours is a mosquito-y jungle!
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    Your gardens are beautiful!

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    Beautiful garden. We had gardens but were vandalized by 2 and4 legged creatures. So no more

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    Lovely garden- I was in Guelph yesterday- should have come for a coffee!
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    A wonderful garden to enjoy. It shows that no matter how large or small a space you have, it can be beautiful, peaceful and serene.
    peace
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    Oh Do!! It would be lovely to meet more of our members in person!
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    Gosh, that is all so pretty!!!!!
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    What a beautiful garden! My garden is doing really well this year also...and so are the weeds. I can't keep up...only I get one portion looking good while the others grow wild. Yours is so nice and neat.

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    just beautiful our yard has been so green this summer from all the rain we seem to get it at the right times!! sure saves on the watr bill
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    your garden is great, but love your little gargoyle
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Your garden is so beautiful...and neat! I, too love your gargoyle.

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    Absolutely perfect

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    We need more pictures, I am starting a memory garden to honor both my son and husband. Really need ideas for some hard items to include with flowers.

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    Just beautiful...

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    I would have enjoyed meeting you while in Guelph July 12 & 13. My friends live on #46 north of Aberfoyle Mill but they are moving to Erin. Had an ad on Kijji because I thought I had bought my nurse panel in St Jacobs area.
    Found out I bought it in Lindsay --so close to home. Love you coffee/wine area .
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    Just beautiful.

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    Beautiful yard. You must spend a lot of time weeding it. The conditions good for plants are also good for the weeds. I am having to water my few flowers twice a day.
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    We redid our front entry garden but the other perennial gardens have been sadly neglected this year. One at a time. We recently got two Golden Retriever puppies and all our free time (and quilting time) have been devoted to puppy sitting. Those little guys get into everything! It has been 17 yrs. since we have had puppies, but they are learning fast. All backyard garden is temporarily fenced in (and out)...........wonder why???? LOL

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    What a wonderful place to spend time! My garden has been suffering this year, but from lack of time...

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    How very beautiful. I envy you mine is suffering so bad for like of water.

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