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Friday, June 15, 2007

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Online Flower Shop Philippines

Hey! those photos refresh me a lot.such a nice flowers, i wish i could plant those flowers to my garden, keep it up!


-khatie-

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Sounds interested.But i think its hard for me to take care of those since i am busy at work.


-Ashley

Geraldine

What a great idea, your photo is beautiful...

roja

Pls send me E-mail that "What is the procedure for make of bag in woolen
in tamil or english

nonizamboni

I'm in too. Stop by.
Thanks!

nonizamboni

I'm in Minnesota and live in an apartment but have a 'slab garden' so would love to play along. Thanks!

Pat K

I found you from Margene's blog. What a great idea! Count me in.

Kim

Excellent idea! I'll have your lovely flower button on my blog. I've been posting flower photos as my Friday eye candy for a while now.

Vicki

With a beautiful button like that... of course I'll have to join. ; ) I don't have as many flowers as some years, but I'll find some.

Bee

Good morning,
I love the Shetland Shawl, great progress by the way. I would appreciate knowing who the pattern is by and where I might buy one. Could you please E-mail me the info on it?
The flowers are beautiful too. I bought several packs of pansies for myself on Mother's Day, but have yet to put them in the ground. Yes, guilt has ensued. Maybe this weekend, if a weekend actually materializes this week...
Thank you for the inspiration!
B

margene

I'm in!! What a great idea.

Wool Winder

Good idea. I think I'll join you. Beautiful pansies. The growing season for pansies in our part of the country is fall. Plant them just before Thanksgiving and enjoy them right up until spring.

Robin

Pansies are one of my favorite flowers -- just so happy! I'm always sad to see them pulled up in favor of heat tolerant plants in the Spring. This one is a beautiful color! Gorgeous pictures.

DebbieB

Oh, what lovely pansies! My favorites!

Chris

Lovely idea!

Lynne

I love visiting your garden! Thank you, Kim. Hasn't the weather in the NorthEast been wonderful?

Beth

I've never joined in on one of these blogging things. (What are they called?!) I think I'll play along. :) Your pansies are beautiful!

Ruinwen

Lovely flowers. I have none to show sorry. We are in the middle of our annual "conserve water because the tables are low"...so no frivolous watering is allowed.

Carole

Those are beautiful. I have flowers today, too, but I didn't grow them myself. :-)

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