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Old 04-21-2017, 06:09 PM
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Ok. It has been a busy week for this old mare. Yes, I have Virginia Bluebells, Siberian hyacinths, Black Haw viburnums and some other native viburnums in that area. Here are some pictures of "the ranch."
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You have the true Celandine there. A very nice little piece of ground you have there!
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I showed you the tip of the iceberg but, thank you.
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A couple more...
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Dolly your "ranch" is beautiful! Our spring is a bit behind, not much blooming here and trees are finally getting some leaves. I love spring, it feels like everything is waking up.
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Thank you, we have been blessed to have stewardship over it. However, we are getting older and some day it will change hands, hopefully to some one like minded.
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Lovely landscape.
My Koreanspice viburnum are on show. Very fragrant for about 2 weeks and really tough plants.


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Magnificent! The lovely thing about them is there are over 250 kinds!
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MORELS!
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You are the only one who noticed. We eat the first batch, give the rest away.
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