Happy Birhday Mulch!

Albuquerque, NM(Zone 7b)

Another June baby! Enjoy your day Mulch.

Ennis, MT(Zone 4a)

Thanks Dave-Who-is_Dave. I have hopes my favorite iris buds are surviving the cold. Tomatoes are fine, after running three heaters and a fan in the hoop house all night. But it is still sporadically snowing today.

I shall enjoy the day despite the vagaries of the weather gods!

Greensboro, AL

Happy birthday Mulch! We are having a beautiful day here in Alabama thanks to the cold front we are getting from your direction! Much better than the tropical rains from last week! Too wet. Too hot. The iris here have come and gone and strays out in the fields bloomed their little hearts out. Now summer is moving in - Magnolia Grandifloras - like 12 inch plates of gardenia blossoms cover the trees in my front yard.

Ennis, MT(Zone 4a)

Oooo I would love to see your magnolia blossoms!!!! Any photos?

Dolores, CO(Zone 5b)

Happy, happy birthday, Mulch! Hope you're having a lovely day!

Brenda

Los Alamos, NM(Zone 5a)

Happy Birthday, Mulch. May your life be full of poppies and other beautiful flowers and may the trout jump into your canoe.

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Gastonia, NC(Zone 7b)

Happy Birthday Mulch! May your cake not explode!

and may your celebration out-splendor itself.

;-)

Calgary, AB(Zone 3a)

Happy belated B-Day Mulch ^_^ I hope you had a luvly day.

Denver, CO(Zone 5b)

Happy Birthday Mulch!

Helena, MT(Zone 4b)

Mulcharoo, you had a birthday! Hope it was a sweet one.
We had snow this morning for the frosting on your cake.

Happy birthday plus one! Hope it was just as fab as you are!

Santa Fe, NM

Very Happy Birthday Month to Mulch!

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Los Alamos, NM(Zone 5a)

Oh pretty, roybird.

Carson City, NV(Zone 6b)

Happy extended birthday! Here's to many more years of painting and tomatoes(but hopefully no paint on the tomatoes.)

Los Alamos, NM(Zone 5a)

Or on the dog.

Calgary, AB(Zone 3a)

The dog is a painter too so is often paintful I think.

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