True Power

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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Favorite blooms so far in May 2008

I planted a planter with the Asiatic Lilies of deep maroon which I love and wish would last all season. The planter has Dusty Miller, Lantana, a purple haunging vine to fill in while the lilies are not in bloom but cannot yet be cut down. The purple is my first Clematis which has at least four big blooms on it. I planted it about three weeks ago and it is doing well. The white is a frilly Shasta Daisy that I cannot wait to divide next spring. It is a new addition this week. I love the peach roses and try to have at least one in my garden. This one was added last year. And finally my pink Peonies are getting ready to bloom. The bush is tall and the blooms are too huge to stay upright. I have staked it, but I don't know how much that will help. I moved two peonies that I thought had died years ago, but they peeped up this spring and I put them in a better place of pampering. Well, stayed tuned weekly as usuall to see what is going on in my world.

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