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Wordless Wednesday for April 21rst 2010!

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  • Allison Ostern
    Posted at 08:09h, 21 April Reply

    Hi Scott- Thanks for including me in your web site and blog! It is fun to read and very helpful!!

    Also, could we talk about what to put in the front of our garage in place of the hydrangeas? I would welcome any ideas except rhodies and pointy trees/bushes! Ha Ha

    Thanks, Allison

    • Scott
      Posted at 14:59h, 21 April Reply

      Your welcome Allison, Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  • Jenny Peterson
    Posted at 09:02h, 21 April Reply

    Ooh, nice! I love that burnished rose color–not so much in bridesmaids’ dresses, but in plants, gorgeous!

    • Scott
      Posted at 15:01h, 21 April Reply

      I can’t add anything to the bridesmaid discussion, but I agree, in plants it’s wonderful!

  • jocelyn/the art garden
    Posted at 09:35h, 21 April Reply

    Help me out here, Scott: what is the lovely little flower in the bottom photo?

    • Scott
      Posted at 15:02h, 21 April Reply

      Hi Jocelyn, that’s Clematis ‘Josephine’. A very pretty hanging blossom. I’ll post it again in a couple of weeks when it opens up!

  • Kari Lønning
    Posted at 09:36h, 21 April Reply

    Ooooh love your repeating rosy colors. I’ve been looking at a lot of greens, these are fun. What is the leaf growing with the ferns? It’s all over the woods …

    • Scott
      Posted at 15:25h, 21 April Reply

      Kari I’m not sure exactly. It is all over here in the wooded areas also.

      • Kari Lønning
        Posted at 23:00h, 29 April Reply

        The little leaves belong to false lily-of-the-valley, Maianthemum dilatatum. (The curiosity wouldn’t leave me.)

        • Scott
          Posted at 19:03h, 30 April Reply

          At last we can rest Kari. I wondered if it might be that, but never looked it up. Thanks for setting things straight!

  • Debbie
    Posted at 17:04h, 21 April Reply

    Hi Scott,

    Love the hens & chicks…was just talking to a client about adding them to a rock garden. And there is something so magical about watching fern fronds unfurl. Somehow I missed most of mine unfurl this year so I’m happy to share in the magic of yours.

    • Scott
      Posted at 20:47h, 21 April Reply

      Hi Debbie, I love the hens and Chicks also, but just need to get a little more familiar and creative with all the cultivars out the there. Those are Cinnamon fern, and I’m glad you were able to enjoy them!

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