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Sandusky, OH
(Zone 5a)

March 9, 2009
3:00 PM

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Great list. Do you know which white daylily is in the foreground of your daylily pic? Would you mind sending some of the pink Althea and peachy Iris to Ohio for me? My only whine is that your magnolia garden photo is too small! Great article.
My top ten (today) would be: the hellebore budding out beautifully, Sky Pencil Holly standing up to those March winds, lots of daylilies starting to put out tiny green shoots of green, a blue Tradescantia greening up - well, anything shouting Spring is coming! Like any gardener I go from bed to bed saying this is my fav and that is my favo and that is likely to change hour to hour as well as day to day!

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