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Hi Betsy: Your hydrangeas are so beautiful. Mine are still just green on the plant but are getting bigger. At first, I thought your mystery plant was the same as mine, but then the leaves are different. I'll keep an eye out at the Farmer's Market as there are quite a few gardners there that grow all kinds of flowers.Happy Saturday..Judy
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! This is the first time I've lived in a place with SHADE and I'm hoping to successfully grow hydrangeas.Regarding your mystery plant: could it be monarda? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MonardaOh - and I'm so jealous you can grow that lavender. Our Texas temps just melt them!Peace.
Hi Betsy! Your hydrangeas are just beautiful! All of those colors on one bush is amazing. I noticed my neighbor up the street had a bush just like that. Your other flowers are lovely as well. Take care!
Betsy, the plant you look for the name is a Monarda!Sigrun
Helo, I just realized that you had a blog...you had became a follower a while back ago...I love all your flowers they look very beautiful to me...great pictures. Your roses look better than mine...for some reason my new rose bush looks horrible...and has some rust on the leaves...not good...wishing you a great day...with love Janice
Betsy, your flowers are just beautiful! I planted a hydrangea bush about 3-4 years ago and it's yet to produce one single bloom! I'm drooling over yours!... Donna
Hi Betsy!What a nice blog you have, the hydrangea's are spectacular, such colors! Thank you for your emails and comments.God Bless!Love MarcieLove the magnolia leaf wreath!
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