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It's All About Rich Moments, Enjoying Prettiness Indoors or Outdoors

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  1. bonnie Morgan

    Love your rotating feature as the hydrangeas change colors. Your photos are so pretty. I am envious of your zinnias, Your zinnia arrangement you shared last week was exquisite.
    I enjoyed your bud to flower sunflower photo. I actually had a volunteer sunflower that took root from my birdfeeder that had sunflower seeds. It was a nice surprise.
    Fun strool through your garden this morning.

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you so much Bonnie. That’s so kind of you to say. That alien looking sunflower was from a few random seeds that were left in a pot last year so we had the same end result. Nature wanted us to grow a few sunflowers! So glad you came by!

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you so much! Haha! I have always been terrible at science and probably couldn’t retain anything taught now but those ‘flowers to be’ really get us flower nerds!

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    • janetlea62

      It can be fascinating, Sandra! You have to allow yourself to get in on it and think I remember buying you and you were a mauve color and now you are turning red? Really? Down here where hydrangeas aren’t red! Thanks for coming by and commenting, Sandra.

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  2. Pam Richardson

    Jan, you have the most beautiful hydrangeas in your garden with so many varying colors. I love zinnias, they are so happy! I can’t wait for my sunflowers to bloom. Thanks for linking to Gardens Galore!

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    • janetlea62

      Thank you Pam! The mister is spellbound by zinnias as well. Thank you for hosting another great party. We have had hot weather for a long time so I hope I have something blooming for the next get together.

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