Sunday, May 28, 2006

Downsizing



Well I finally came to the realization that I had to downsize somewhat. I could hardly move out there and as the trees got their leaves and flowers it was even worse. So I have given my Purple Splendor, both Rhodo's and my Grace Smokebush and the Blue River II Hibiscus to Lynnie and I got a small Lacecap Hydrangea. It looks like a Blue Wave but it was an unnamed variety at Plantland but very pretty so I couldn't resist.

Everything seems happier and my climbing Hydrangea is blooming and very pretty. The Catoneaster that I planted under my Full Moon Maple is very pretty too and blooming as well at the moment. The Pink Parfait has flower heads on it and I can't wait for it to bloom.

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