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On September 23,2009 Berta Newton said:

"What a lush palette of color and beauty- thanks for showing! :o)"

On September 23,2009 Steve said:

"what a great small yard . you sure have made the most of your space, awesome job"

On January 3,2009 Lark said:

"BEAUTIFUL gardens! I wish my hydrangea looked as good as yours. What kind is it? What zone are you? Could you edit the pics and tell us what we are looking at? Your neighbors must enjoy looking over the fence at the gorgeous flowers, butterflies and birds. Great job!"

On January 3,2009 said:

"My Hydrangia is a Nikko Blue. She was the first plant I purchased for my yard, and so small too. nI live in the San Francisco North bay area, Zone 9. nYes, I will edit my photos and tell a bit more about them. nThank you for the comments. n"

On January 3,2009 Karen W said:

"WOW, this just goes to show you that even a small yard can be beautiful. You've done a great job. Your flowers are lovely"

On January 3,2009 said:

"How long it takes for your hydrangea to grow to that size?"

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