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www.larksperennials.com EARLY JULY IN MY GARDENS

Lark
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In the early morning the first thing I do is deadhead my plants. I find it really helps prolong bloom time. In Wisconsin zone 4-5 we have a short growing season about 7 months if we are lucky. If you are a gardener, please join me on my forum, www.larksperennials.com

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On January 31,2009 Coastal Gardener said:

"I've spent the past few days going through your amazing gardens, but I notice that none of your shade gardens have astilbe (or did I just miss that in your photos). Any particular reason? I've also added some of the hostas (Blue Angel and Great Expectations, in particular) to my wish list for next year. Keep those photos coming!"

On November 6,2008 Zipfile said:

"Just Beautiful. I'm New to YardShare and your photo's are amazing. "

OnNovember 5,2008 said:

"Oh, Lark. nThis is true cottage gardening at its best. You must work like a dog to keep this garden looking so spectacular. Thank you for sharing it with us. I will keep coming back to it over and over again. I especially love the photo of your big bed-- can you post more? "

On November 5,2008 Lark said:

"Hi Renee and thank you for your kind comments. Yes I will post more...you might get sick of seeing my name. This site will get me through a LONG Winter. I love looking at all the spaces on YS that are created by common everyday people. Sharing and learning is what gardening is all about. Hope to hear from you again. SMILES, Lark"

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