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April 09, 2014

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melanie

Take care, fellow gardener.

LauraH

Amazing what they can do now. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

Weedy

Been there, done that, but I'm still pulling weeds rather than pushing them up twenty years later and the plants always come up in the Spring and are just as much of a thrill.I guess these events are a warning usually.------------------------Weedy

Graham Rice

Thanks, everyone. I've just been out for a short walk in the woods and spotted that creeping rhododendron relative Epigea repens growing right in the middle of the trail. Really heartening to be out there, and to see that little gem.

Layanee

I am sorry to hear of this health set back and hope you are well on your way to a quick and full recovery.

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