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    My faithfull, little yellow Primrose:
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    Just for fun:
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    More fun:
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    You can't never have too much fun!
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    I wish I had my digital camera handy. The bradford pears are in bloom here and the most beautiful weeping cherries. There is a hugh pink one here where I work. Our white one Snow Fountain are in bloom in the nursery.
    I have a new prinrose Tudor English Velvet in bloom now that is wonderful. Blooms are very dark,almost black, trimmed in gold. The bloodroot has just finished blooming. Very simple but I think elegant plant. Grape hycinths and daffodils ablaze everywhere. Some anemones in bloom here at work. Japanese pieris starting to bloom at work and in greenhouse.
    The lady I sit with has a beautiful yard, and an energetic yard man. I have started us an herb garden in pots and will be planting some hummingbird plants for her. We have feeders set up outside her bedroom window and have 2 new hummingbird feeders to set up. Gives her something to watch, and me an excuse to be outside some filling bird feeders.
    tennessee sue

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    Ann your tradescantia is beautiful. We sell quite a few of them. We have blue,purple,white and my favorite a white with purple center that I can't remember the name of right now.
    The common name is spiderwort or sometimes trinity plant in reference to the 3 petals.
    You have to be diligent to catch the seed.
    tennessee sue

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