morning gardens

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Over the years, we planted daffodils, white and purple lilacs (a combination often seen along the small roads), forsythia, and a burning bush.  A wild rose bush was planted by previous owners.  Karl pruned the bushes and we are seeing new growth.  The cedar fence he built for me, when I was going through a difficult time and needed some privacy, can be better seen now.  Neighbors love the fence too.

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I’ve transplanted primroses and daylilies from one area to another, as they outgrew where they were. This has worked well.

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Ellen Grace Olinger
April 23, 2016

4 thoughts on “morning gardens

  1. Ellen Grace, I thoroughly enjoy your expressions of God’s peace and beauty of your postings. Thanks for your continued interest in Kamakura Mirror Micropoetry. I started a new blog, American Lake, at https://csterba.wordpress.com/ and have finally started posting at it. Please peek at “my blog statement “about.”

    I want to thank you for introducing me to Reusable Art and Dover Design Samplers at Dover Publications.

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