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Lorrie

Beautiful lily of the valley. I lost part of one rosemary bush, but about 1/3 of it seems fine. It's going to look odd when I finally cut off the dead branches. Two other bushes survived.

Debra Wortman

Enjoy your greenhouse! We built one a few years ago, and it is such fun to start seedlings and watch them grow! My favorite thing is to pot plants while it is raining...all is serene and dry in the greenhouse. Have fun!

Cindy

I love Lily of the Valley, but right now I have to take a bunch of it out. It's taking over the path! We also put in a greenhouse a few years ago and I love it.

Wendy

I have always wanted to plant lily of the valley--so cheery and cute; good to know the deer don't like them!

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Your new clump of lily of the valley is pretty growing there Vicki. I just planted a small clump too. So funny, I just asked my uncle if I could hire him to make me an old fashioned tire planter for the center of what will be my new herb garden. I want it for rosemary. So far rosemary has stayed pretty hardy here, but maybe, I should plant an extra in a pot that can come inside, just in case.

I have always wanted a greenhouse. My sister has one, and she enjoys it very much.

Happy May to you.
xo

Susan

I look forward to your posts and always enjoy them. Lovely lili of the valley. I hope to see more pictures when they fill in. So sweet of your hubby to make the gardening tables. I read somewhere that if you're going to make something, make it cute.

Laura

I love Lily of the Valley. Just beautiful!

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