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    May 09, 2008



    wow, heather! i would love to have visited that place. thanks for the very interesting post. i had no idea there was such a thing as a pot filler. while i was looking at your pictures of the greenhouse i couldnt help but wonder how people who grow professionally can keep so many things alive at one time and I have a hard time just keep my few little things growing.

    dont you love those pointed hanging baskets?? i saw one for the first time at one of our seasonal garden centers and almost bought it. i am just hoping it'll still be there when i go back for it.


    Actually, a nursery near us has one of those, though I did not see it in operation.

    Congrats on your purchases--almost time to plant annuals! I can hardly wait.

    Heather's Garden

    Gina -- I know, I can't imagine the amount of work that goes into running a nursery. If you find yourself in southern CT I'll bring you up there.

    Eliz -- It's a lot warmer down here than it is up there thank goodness! My annuals should mostly be in (except for the veggies) by the end of the day.


    Now that is a fun day! I can't wait to see the plants develop into your next calendar! LOL at that one. I bought a few annuals also for the Mother's Day window box although I planted it and put it in the cold frame as it is still a bit too early to set it out here. I am planning some combos for the big containers and you know how much fun that is!

    Heather's Garden

    Layanee -- It's pretty cold here today, only 50 degrees and really windy, but I'm pretty sure all threat of a frost has passed, though you'll notice that I'm still holding off on most of the veggie garden. It was fun to plant everything up (you'll see in the next post that VPH was sick all weekend though so it was a solitary experience).

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