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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Redeeming myself.




My last post was about a WORM.



I would like to leave you with a more appetizing scene. 

See you soon. 

Stay well, 

Gina 


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    1. And a happy week to you dear Val.

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  2. Dear Gina,
    how lucky we are to get to see the magnificent colors of your flowers before that nasty Millipede gets to their roots...............when I first saw the picture of the acorn with the worm I was afraid of what I had send to you....................
    Love all your great photos and also love the great little book you published with your ceramics. Mine has arrived and I adore it. You did, as you always do, a beautiful job.
    Wishing you a safe and happy vacation in Europe, Sieglinde

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    1. Oh so many wonderful compliments! Thank you, dear friend Sieglinde. Yes there were a few worms in the acorns. But who cares. I didn't. I was so elated to have the acorns so that I could transform them into little jewels. The little fat worms soon realized that this was not a good place for them. Unlike me, who loves gold on everything. Your little guys soon made off into the sunset.
      I am so happy that you like my little book. Thank you for purchasing it. ox, Gina

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  3. How very thoughtful of you dear Gina, much rather enjoy your flowers - lovely pic. Yes I've had my share of those very leggy creatures, not so bad this year though, only seen a couple. One year dozens of the really small species - thank God not the biggies - found their way into the house (and just about everyone else had them too - even a local newspaper story on them) and we were picking them up for a couple of weeks!

    Again - have a marvelous trip - will await your return and your lovely photos of Paris!
    Hugs - Mary

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    1. Dear Mary, You are such a fabulous gardener. I am surprised that you didn't have your plants die. What is so frustrating is that the plants grow beautifully for several weeks and then, without warning, they begin to wilt. Most people think that it has something to do with the lack of water. Not so. It really still is a mystery. Maybe I'm even on the wrong track. But twice now, when I have had my soil completely replaced, both pansies and salpiglossis have been sensational.
      Thank you for the lovely sendoff. ox, Gina

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  4. Thanks for the lovely image, and have a good trip. I look forward to seeing images of France!

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    1. Thank you Mark.Off we go tomorrow.

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    1. Thank you for your visit Catherine. Have a great week.

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    1. Dear Karin, Have you noticed? Hellebore, after they have bloomed and spilled their seeds, are still worth keeping a little while longer.
      I know that you grow them in your garden. Thank you for stopping by.

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