Sunday, April 5, 2009


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Here are the plants I scored at the seminar. From the back going counter clockwise, Shasta daisy, black and blue salvia, nana coreopsis, rocket salvia, bronze fennel, 2 elephant ears, black beauty eggplants and purple cone flower. The elephant ears, salvia, and purple cone flower are for the outdoor learning center. The rest are mine all mine.


  1. That's a beautiful wall hanging. Glad you got yourself some plants. Enjoy planting them. Don't the monkeys go to school tomorrow? Perfect time.

  2. Ooh ooh ooh dollin, all those wonderful plants! It's times like this that make it all worthwhile!

  3. Good for you!! Watch out though..I hear we are getting a freeze this week! Boo....hiss...I want warm weather! :)

  4. Brenda, Tomorrow is booked solid, durn. But Tuesday, I am off and they are at school. I can't wait.

    OFB, Yep they are.

    Linda, Thanks. I know tomorrow night. I am sulking.

  5. Beautiful new additions for your garden & the Learning Center!

  6. Great plants! My elephant ears plant is not growing)-: I think it froze to death. Oh well....

  7. How good of you to get some plants for the Learning Centre as well as yourself. I hope to see them in bloom later on in the year.

    Have a good week Debbi!

  8. You got a good selection of plants! I though of ya'll over there this weekend, but was too sick to even get out of the house ~ oh, well, maybe next year!

  9. Score? I guess so. I can't wait to see some of that in your garden this summer. What's your projected low for tonight? Ours is between 25F and 29F, which makes me want to curse.

    BTW, I love the quilt. I am a quilt girl. I am.~~Dee

  10. Thanks Racquel.

    Cindee, I may be a little early,

    VP, The black and blue salvia is really pretty. As soon as it blooms I will be showing it off.

    Nola, hope you feel better.

    Thanks Kim and Victoria

    Dee, 29 @#$%*J#$! blast it. Would love to see some of your quilts too.

  11. Score big time! Way da go! I look forward to seeing them in bloom!