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June 20, 2012

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Debbie@Mountain Breaths

I love caladiums too, and you did a nice job with the plants that you grouped together. Very striking! It's 90 here today, but it will be down in the high 70's this weekend. Then back up again into the 80's.

You have beautiful blooms, and thank you for all the tips. Debbie

Pat

Whoa! I can't believe all of those beautiful plants made it through the winter. I only kept a few things in the sunroom to go back in the window boxes. All of your efforts certainly paid off! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.

Brenda Kula-Pruitt

You've obviously got quite the green thumb! I love those giant elephant ears. I'm going to have to find some of those.
Brenda

Yvonne @ StoneGable

Andrea, Wow! You have such a big green thumb! I love that you keep plants wintering over in your kitchen cupboard! They must feel so pampered!
Thanks for all the great tips and gardening tidbits! And thanks for joining me for the first TUTORIAL TIPS AND TIDBITS.

Stacey

I'm a happy girl Andrea. Did you know we moved a few weeks ago? We moved to Rockwall!! All the plants you have shown are annuals in Edmond. I'll be happy to carry them over here. Of course, I'm not going to be planting too much this year. Too many boxes left to unpack and a small yard this time. Leaving my yard was very difficult.

Patty

Glad you're back -- I missed you!!! Tried the sliders recipe -- yummy. I, too, have overwintered a lot of plants that are supposed to be annuals -- I live near the Oklahoma border but with care, a lot of plants come back each year. Do you have "Blue Daze"? It's my all-time favorite for hanging baskets in the sun -- I have several baskets of it and "Blackie" sweet potato vine -- great plants.

Happy gardening, cooking and decorating --

Patty

Debbie

Beautiful plants! Up here in Southern Ontario, Canada I have to bring all my tropicals indoors for the winter. I have over 200, as well as close to 100 succulents. Lots of work, but it's my hobby and I love them all.
Been having a heat wave here too. Enjoyed reading your blog. :)

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