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    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt
    Beautiful. I could post pix of my weeds!!
    You and me both. I grow the most amazing dandelions! People even slow down as they drive by, just to look at them!!

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    Thanks for the garden walk. I could almost smell the fragrant air. They delighted all my senses.

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    love the flowers

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    These could be great thread painted images..... ;) :thumbup:

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    Beautiful. My hydrangaes never flower, just green bushes. Yours are gorgeous!

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    So Pretty. Lilys are my favorite.. I have 55 of them but live in OH so they are not blooming yet. Yours are Lovely.

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    Here in Utah I woke up to 6 inches of snow at Snowbasin. Had a call asking if our tubing hill was open; that's a first! Talk about depressing, I am ready for sunshine!

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    Pretty flowers! Thanks for sharing!

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    Very Lovely... and good morning to you!!!

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    Are these flowers blooming now??? We are probably a month behind since it has been cold and wet. I still have lilacs blooming. Have never had them still blooming in May for the 25 years I have had them. We have had the coldest, wettest spring since 1950. :-)

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    Oh nice daylillies, hydrangas and daiseys! So pretty. I love the garden when it comes back to life.

    I have clematis, irises, snowball bush, lilacs blooming and some gound covers showing off in in purple, pinks and whites.

    It sleeted and hailed all day yesterday. If our weather would ever settle, I will have roses, lillies, spiderwort, glads and turks cap blooming.

    I guess there will be no cherries this year. Sigh...

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    Snort, snort. Me too! I hear your pain. I can't even grow mold in a refrigerator.
    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt
    Beautiful. I could post pix of my weeds!!

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    I love spring. I sure wish it were spring here in southwestern Washington. It's taking a long long time to get here this year.

    I can enjoy spring vicariously though, with your flowers.

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    Beautiful flowers. Here in Roundup MT we went from a very very long winter, and lots of snow, to rain and flooding. Where we live we are ok. but the town in flooded in, no going in or out. No where compared to all the Tornados. but for us it has been a very very strange year.

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    Very pretty, looks like you have a green thumb :-)

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    Thanks for sharing your pretty flowers. I love flowers and enjoy fresh ones in the house whenever I can. My sweet peas and iris are almost gone now. Love your lilies.

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    Your yard must be gorgeous! Thanks for the look :-D

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    just beautiful

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    Beautiful

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    They are beautiful. My flowers are just starting to bloom. My peonies should be out by the end of the week and my rhodedendrum is just starting to open also.

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    You sure do have a green thumb. Love all the flowers. Makes me think of my Mom's yard when she was able to work in the yard. Sure do miss seeing all the flowers since she passed.

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    Blue Hydrangea, how nice !!! Our gardening schedule is a little behind you. My hydrangea is just leaving out, but I bought special fertilizer to make them turn blue. Yours are georgous !!!

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    Those flowers are so gorgeous, especially the hydrangeas. Can you reproduce them in a quilt? LOL

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    Wow! They are so beautiful! Thanks for posting your pictures. :thumbup:

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    Wow, those colors are os vibrant. Wouldn't they look wonderful on an Art Quilt. Just a thought.

    Mine just started blooming too. We brought the lillies with us from NJ when we moved here 3 yrs ago.

    They remind me of the beautiful tiger lillies that grow wild along the roadsides in NJ.

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