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COTTAGE GARDEN June 2009

Lark
Wisconsin zone 4/5 (5)
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I hope you enjoy your walk through my early Summer gardens. If there is a plant that you would like me to idenify just drop me a note. ENJOY!

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On September 22,2009 Beverly said:

"Good morning, I planted a little henry bush, it has a pretty white bloom and in the fall the leaves turn a pretty fall red color. I also ordered some alium and tulips. Getting ready now for fall, I will post new pics soon.....smiles"

On September 21,2009 Beverly Roberts said:

"Beautiful as always..........you are my inspiration........smiles"

On September 17,2009 YardShareBryan said:

"As always Lark...just amazing. Thanks for continuing to share your amazing yard."

On September 17,2009 Kim said:

"Hi Lark, you know I love your gardens. I can enjoy them so much more on here with the slide show version. I feel like I am standing in your gardens. Just beautiful !!!!!!!!!"

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