Lori... my wife is using your flowers as her screensaver... she is wondering with all those flowers, how do you have time to post here? <br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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Wow, I'm honored!<br>Most of the flowers are perennials that have been planted and added to over 13 years of owning this house. Once they are planted, and they like their location, they continue to come up every spring and reward me with their beautiful flowers. If they multiply and crowd out the flowers around them, then I will divide them and transplant to new locations. Perennials bloom at different times of the spring and summer, so I have to make sure I have enough varieties to have something blooming at all times during the summer season. If there are some places in the garden that look bare, then I add some annuals to fill in the area and that bloom all summer.<br>All in all, the plants do it all themselves now, and I just go around and pull up the few weeds that pop up among the mulch.<br><br><br>
You can get a better idea if you check out my photo albums online at ClubPhoto<br>The Spring/summer albums for 2001, and 2002. Also the Kitchen/Bath/Garage remodel has pics of the house and the gardens around it from different angles.<br>We were in the middle of remodeling the inside and outside of our house for the last couple of years.<br>Those albums will keep you real busy for awhile!!<br><br>
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Wow! Impressive work Lori, must have taken most of your time. I wish I were your neighbor; I would probably spend a week photographing the lovely garden arrangements and the lovely house. Then, I would spend the rest of my life getting to know your family; I bet itís real fun being around you all <br><br>
Awwwwwww thank you Waleed. I wish I could see more photos of you, your family, and your country. I tried to go to your website before, but I guess I needed a password....hehe...I was being sneaky. <br><br>
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