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March 15, 2008

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Carol, May Dreams Gardens

Wow, it all looks so lush and vibrant. Beautiful!

Gail

Lovely plant combinations. The loropetallum and the spikey plant....very nice.

Gail

Curtis

What great plants and photos. Happy GBBD!

kate

The Azaleas and roses are beautiful - you have an incredible variety of plants in bloom, many of which I don't know (like the deep-blue flower and the blue pea-like vining flowers).

I'm imagining that your gardening weather is beautiful.

Pam/Digging

Lots of beauties here. I'd expect nothing less from a California garden. :-)

wiseacre

Good thing it was photos. Considering a Pic is worth a 1000 words I wouldn't have enough time to read them all. I'm still digging up old photos for my posts since any words I might be using wouldn't be suitable for polite company. Racking faracking winter still has us by the throat.

Aiyana

What a great array of flowers and plants. You must have a large property to hold it all. Happy GTS,
Aiyana

Mr. McGregor's Daughter

I love the colors of your garden! Your flowers are all so beautiful.

chigiy

Carol, Gail, Curtis,
Thanks for visiting.

Kate,
The vine is a Lilac Vine (Hardenbergia violacea) I really like it because it blooms in winter but the vine itself only last about 3-5 years, then it starts to die. That is the only bummer. I am getting a headache trying to remember what that other purple flower is called. When I remember I'll email you.

Pam and Wiseacre,
It has been a rainy but warm winter. I think spring is slightly early this year.

Aiyana,
My yard is almost an acre. I started from scratch about three years ago and it's about 1/3 finished.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter,
Thank you.

Kathryn J

Thank you for that blast of spring. Your garden is so hopeful for us northern dreamers. I have a pavlovian reaction to azaleas in bloom. They take me to earlier days and childhood. In my current dreams of spring I had left out azaleas - you brought them back!
Kathryn

Annie in Austin

Chigiy, by now you should know that if a plant blooms blue or purple everyone will want to know the name...my favorite is photo ID 9_gbbd_308.

But yellow daisies are allowed to be anonymous like the blog name.

You have a gorgeous March garden!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

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