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June 06, 2012


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Sheryl @ Flowery Prose

I so agree that we're "special!" :) Thanks a bunch for the shout-out, once again. Hopefully your gardens came through last night's storm unscathed...I'm hearing all sorts of horror stories. Have a wonderful rest of your week!

Calgary Garden Coach

You're welcome! I didn't sustain any damage and I am happy for the moisture!

Sue Gaviller

Hi Janice,

Thanks for including me in both your April and May blog round-ups - I've discovered many new and excellent blogs just by taking a look at what others are reading. Keep up the good work.


Calgary Garden Coach

You're welcome Sue! Thanks for your excellent posts!

Patricia Benson

I can give you (trade?) baneberry. Realize it is poisonous - probably why we don't see it in garden centres. We live south of Bragg Creek, and have it on our property. I have dug up many natives on our property and incorporated them into our garden. Unfortunately, deer and moose love the planted ones more than the one in the trees!

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