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Name: Vicki
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vic
Apr 11, 2012 6:29 PM CST
From blue to purple = blurple Green Grin!

Definitely a painting Thumbs up
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Sharon
Apr 11, 2012 6:31 PM CST
Sweet!!!!!
Why have I never had a clem before?
Amazing.

You left out pinkly burple. Big Grin
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Name: Vicki
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vic
Apr 11, 2012 6:50 PM CST
I have two different clems blooming and they are covered in sheets right now because of possible frost or maybe freeze Crying

One is sugar candy and the other is nelly mosier
Name: Sharon
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Sharon
Apr 11, 2012 6:57 PM CST
The friend who gave these to me said they had never been inside nor had they been covered.
So I might be losing a bunch of blooms tonight, I just don't know. I do have a lot of trees near them, so maybe they'll be protected. i'm on the edge of the freeze line, but surrounded by all these lakes and rivers, so who knows what it might do.
Guess I'll find out in the morning if I wake to black blooms.
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magga
Apr 13, 2012 4:28 PM CST
Beautiful play of colors in the evening sun. Lovey dubby
Sharon I have a Wisteria now, They have a new home now, thank you Hurray! Angel Hurray!
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Name: Sharon
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Sharon
Apr 13, 2012 5:02 PM CST
So glad the wisteria found its way home to you, Magga. I'll bet it will be so happy with your tender loving care!

Let me know how it grows!!

My postmaster had never sent a package to Iceland before, we had no idea how long it would take. I sure hope the little plants survived the long trip!
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