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    « You Got Doldrums. I Got Doldrums Too | Main | A Dulaan Finished Object For A Change (heh) »

    Sunday, July 30, 2006

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    Roxie

    Pretty, pastel pink petals with picot-like perimeters,previously photographed. and posted under piquant possible permutations of permissiveness.

    annmarie

    I've really been enjoying your garden photos- especially the peonies. We don't get them here; they don't like the heat. I've always loved them though.

    Have you read Ruth Stout's books on gardening? Amazon has "Gardening Without Work: For the Aging, the Busy, and the Indolent".

    I tried her system and it really does work. My plants even survived a couple of weeks of neglect with the summer sun beating down on them. And no rain.

    Dorothy B

    So pretty. I wish my yard wasn't such a swamp, then I could have peonys.

    Dave

    Nice photo. You're a very talented gardener, getting your peonies to bloom at the end of July like this :-)

    sandy

    G is for GLORIOUS! (sure, I'm behind, as usual. I may as well be behind in the ABC's of comments too)
    Still banned.....

    Jan

    A most worthy recyling. I love peonies!

    Scout

    P is for PUPPY PURSE!

    Carole

    How can I call you a cop out when you post such a gorgeous peony? No way are you a cop out!

    margene

    What!? You Posted P before anyone else!? Phine...just show off you phabulous peonies!

    Bonne Marie

    OH! A pretty peony photographed with poetic power. Brilliant...

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