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Monday, July 7, 2014

Piggy back


I wonder how this happens


A better view


A fine stand of brown eyed Susan's coming on behind the bee balm
Next year our ravine will bloom
orange, purple and yellow;
lots of day lilies, iris and now brown eyed Susan's.

It may look like a flower jungle.

15 comments:

  1. It looks like it going to be a beautiful jungle!

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  2. I LOVE flower jungles. And your blooms. What a magical ravine transformation.

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  3. So many times it's those lesser known flowers that are so beautiful. I really love the color in these!

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  4. A lot of work to create that jungle!

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  5. Dear Joanne,
    then you must read Tove Jansson's "Moomin Valley Becomes A Jungle".

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  6. Bee balm can always manage to surprise you with what they get up to! A flower jungle.... I rather like that idea.

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  7. Hari Om
    Better get the girls onto building some fairy houses!!! YAM xx

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  8. Be sure to show us the jungle!
    Jane x

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  9. I do love bee balm. It just makes me happy. Your ravine is going to be splendid next year.

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  10. I had no idea brown eyed susans came in more colours than yellow.

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  11. I have had two clumps of bee balm given to me and both have perished…..third time a charm?

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  12. That's my favorite kind of jungle.

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  13. It looks like a tiny, wee, baby salamander on our top balm. Or maybe it's just a dead bloom. But seriously, wouldn't it be cool if it was a salamander? I love bee balm, by the way. So pretty.

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  14. It looks like it's morphing into our UK wildflower: Ragged Robin!

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