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  1. Beautiful! I have a coneflower that changes color over time. It came from Walmart and was called a "Tennessee Coneflower." Mine hasn't bloomed yet this year; I'm in Virginia.

    Blogless Peggy

  2. Nice flower photos! I get those white-to-lavender petunias every year if I see them at a store. They are one of my favorites. Coneflowers, anything daisy-like, are my favorites, too.

  3. All your flowers are beautiful but how I love the daisey! They just make me smile. Can't wait to see your kitchen!

  4. You are SO good with flowers, Brenda! You should write a book on plant care. I do remember in one of your posts you said you can do more harm by over watering than under watering with plants. I've never forgotten that tip. I can't wait to see your kitchen!!!
    Donna

  5. Our Roses were so vibrant and fragrant and full of blooms.
    Now… it is bare. The 'hoppers are making a slow comeback
    and they usually devour everything! …I'm starting to think its a curse. :/
    Looking forward to seeing your kitchen. — Pat

  6. I don't know what I like more, Brenda, looking at your beautiful flowers or knowing how happy they make you. I'm a big fan of pink roses, so that photo stole my heart. Looking forward to your kitchen reveal. 🙂

  7. Your flowers are beautiful! We planted a variety of coneflower called Pow Wow. They hot pink or fuchsia. So pretty!

  8. Brenda, You must have a magic thumb….your flowers are wonderful and two colors of petunias on one plant. I love how your plants look. I bet your patio smells so good. Can't wait to see your finished kitchen. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

  9. I just love seeing pictures from your garden! The color of the cone flower is very pretty. Kind of a peachy pink on my screen. I've never seen a petunia develop an additional color like that! Very lovely. Really looking forward to your kitchen reveal tomorrow…

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