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  1. I love to read about your plants and I definitely enjoy seeing pictures, as well.
    I’m sorry you’re not feeling well today. I hope it’s gone very soon.

    1. Sure wish I could give you the Lamb’s Ear that I planted in two spots when we moved here. I don’t want to take them when I have to move later this year, because they’ll remind me of the house where my husband filed the unwanted divorce.

      He got cancer from the Camp Lejeune fiasco, and it’s a kind that can’t be cured. The cancer and 3.5 years of weekly chemo have changed his brain. The world’s kindest and godliest man I married is gone.

      1. But your blog continues to be a fabulous respite from all of that. Thank you so much!

  2. I love reading about your garden. I have been able to identify some of the plants that I inherited in the garden beds when I bought this house (it will be the 9th anniversary that I moved in the beginning of July) from reading your posts. I’m not a happy gardener these days, the baby rabbit that has taken up residence in my yard destroyed a number of plants and has been eating the flower buds off of plants in a number of my flower beds. I read that you can grow lamb’s ear from seeds, that may be an option to consider. I enjoyed the email from your blog on June 6th about 4th of July decor that you had in earlier years, and the pretty tablescapes, etc. with the links back to earlier posts you had done on the subjects. I can’t believe how fast the days are flying by once winter finally decided to leave here. In less than 30 days we’ll be celebrating July 4th.

  3. Everything looks so pretty, Brenda! Like eye candy! I’m so glad you were able to create your garden this year.

  4. Your garden is so pretty. Thanks for keeping us updated!

  5. I just cut a red pepper up and planted the seeds. If you think about it we throw a lot away. I put celery in the garden and it does regrow. My lemon seeds grew but no lemons yet. I would like to plant a Meyer lemon. Is that an asparagus fern you have outside? I had them for houseplants years ago and finally got one for inside a few months ago. They are so dainty. Enjoy!

  6. Lily of the Valley is an early spring plant I thought.

  7. That is a great picture of the purslane kissing the chicken. Would be cute blown up and hung on the wall. Such fun to see your flowers.

  8. Your garden is beautiful Brenda! I’m sooo happy that you’re feeling better again!

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