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Monday, 25 Jun 12 Storms 22°C / 72°F

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I couldn’t help get in a quick walk around just before the rain started.
Snow peas are flowering but they’re certainly not overly exerting themselves. Fingers crossed

Snake critter poses for me now.

All the perennial foxglove is budding; only posting Grotto Garden foxglove, budding. They will make superb cut flowers.

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Day 176

Foxglove Perennial #

Digitalis lutea

Day 176

Foxglove Perennial #

Digitalis lutea

Day 67

PEA Snow 'Oregon Giant'

Pisum sativum var. saccharatum

Day 67

Pea, Snow 'Mammoth Melting' HMS

Pisum sativum var. saccharatum

Day 906

Gaillardia aristata WINTER KILL

Gaillardia x grandiflora


This was one of my mystery plants. Yippee!


  • Matriarchy

    Matriarchy wrote:

    I love your snake!!

    Posted on 26 Jun 12 (about 2 years ago)

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