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www.larksperennials.com Spring 2008 Gardens - Part 2

Lark
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This is my May-June garden in Wisconsin zone 4-5. It seems odd posting Spring since yesterday I worked 9 hours getting the gardens ready for winter. LOL It is nice seeing Spring flowers again, it gives me hope that the gardens WILL BE alive again.

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OnAugust 5,2009 said:

"I love your gardens. I am in the first stages of creating a shade garden. What are the blue items that line your stone walkway in pic #5? The blue birdbath is wonderful! Thanks for sharing."

On August 5,2009 Lark said:

"They are bottles, neck buried. Wine, water and vodka bottles I collected from when I volunteered at our local recycling center. The day after New Year's Eve there were ALOT of BLUE bottles LOL. I guess I live in an area with alot of lushes. LOL"

OnApril 29,2009 said:

"I knew immediately when I saw the photo of "recently added gardens" that this was yours. Your touches of blue garden ornaments say "Lark"! It's always a pleasure to see and read the information in your postings. Looking forward to seeing your 2009 garden photos."

On October 25,2008 said:

"Thank You for the comments on our "backyard park." It took three years, and have since added a autumn blaze maple tree. n nI love the room to move you have in your yard, it's very inviting and natural in it's layout. Great! n nThanks again!"

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