Blue Heron landscape Design | Wordless Wednesday – May 12, 2010
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Wordless Wednesday – May 12, 2010

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  • Carolyn
    Posted at 11:00h, 12 May Reply

    How do I post a picture on Wordless Wednesday? how do I sign up? !

    Beautiful pictures

    • Scott
      Posted at 13:57h, 12 May Reply

      Carolyn, Wordless Wednesday pictures are posted to your blog, and tagged #wordlesswednesday! Thanks for the comments on my pictures, and as to “Where is Blue Heron Landscapes?”, you’re here.

      • Carolyn Hopper
        Posted at 19:28h, 12 May Reply

        Thanks, Scott. I did post a picture to my blogspot but didn’t tag it #wordlesswednesday – do I need the “#”?

        I may get caught up on the techie stuff just in time to be behind.

        Granby? I used to live in New Canaan and Old Greenwich and gardened many years in O.G. I can’t get the same aquilegea here – but some of its cousins are available and do well in Zone 4.

        • Scott
          Posted at 20:32h, 12 May Reply

          It helps push your post into the blogoshere and get found when you add the #. You can add it to any word as there are many hastags. I looked at the picture you posted for today, Very Cool!

          We are about an hour and a half from your old stomping grounds, Zone 5b/6. Love Aquilegias!

  • Carolyn
    Posted at 11:01h, 12 May Reply

    Where is Blue Heron Landscapes. I’d love to connect there too

    • Scott
      Posted at 13:57h, 12 May Reply

      Blue Heron Landscapes is the blog for Blue Heron Landscape Design, in Granby, CT.

  • Topiary Lady
    Posted at 13:01h, 12 May Reply

    Beautiful photos! I love that King of Hearts Dicentra!

    • Scott
      Posted at 13:58h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Michelle! King of hearts keeps blooming like that May through October, a great addition to the shade garden!

  • Carolyn Hopper
    Posted at 22:32h, 12 May Reply

    Thanks! Gardening has other challenges but sometimes is easier unless the deer eat my phlox.

    Aquilegia flabelatta (sp?) made so many babies that I had a whole border from 3 plants. If I can scan some garden pictures (after I find the album) I think I have some of my CT May garden. All the blue ones here don’t seem to make more plants fast. Other taller ones of other colors do spread faster.

    When I’m not gardening I’m hiking on mountain trails in carpets of wildflowers – something I never could do back East. So it’s a mix – different flowers and growing conditions vs being surrounded by God’s garden.

    An interesting new garden magazine here is Zone 4.

    Thanks for all the help!

  • Carolyn
    Posted at 22:43h, 19 May Reply

    I think I got the whole thing right this week with #Wordlesswednesday picture tagged and posted. Phew!
    Finding the ladybug in the Pasqueflower was a gift.

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