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Saturday, March 3, 2012

garden






 gardening plan little bit at a time


11 comments:

  1. I'm beginning to spend time in the garden too. Yesterday I checked which plants survived the hard italian winter... not bad. Do you think now it's a good moment to plant the seed you gave me last year (I kept some of them). Thank you!

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  2. hello coco!
    is is now weeks ago i sent you a letter from germany with seeds ... and i am afraid it has not reached you yet?!! i think it is lost somewhere?? ...
    moni

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  3. If you have any questions, just ask. I don't mind. Enjoy the embroidering you've planned! I look forward to embroider on the balcony again. In the sun, with all the plants on the balcony.

    I hope to get started on my plants soon. It'll be my first time. None of my plants have ever survived anything, but now it seems I did well. :)

    Have a lovely weekend!

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  4. oh how lovely green things you have gathered together! the pale flower looks like (winter rose/christmas rose) helleborus niger.
    my helleborus is flowering in the snow outside, such an amazing plant : )

    v

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  5. yes, the white flower is christmas rose..it is pretty. it war making some white and purple flower in my sister's garden and she cut it for me, so i can have it in my living room.

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  6. How beautiful! Enjoy the planning.
    I wanted to say thank you for the award you gave me. It is such a good feeling to know that someone likes my blog! I appreciate you telling me through the award <3 Hope you have a great weekend! //Lill Therese

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  7. Perfect time of year for some garden planning... I should do it myself, in my tiny terrace. Lovely pictures!

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  8. I was looking through the Richters catalog online today trying to decide what herbs/flowers to plant this spring. definately going to get some orange scented marigolds (gem type). They also had "Kew Red" lavender, which is soooo pretty. I had seen it in a nursery in Chiba when I was in Japan last spring, and was mourning the fact that I couldn't bring one home with me.

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