The State Of Things Here

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Some plants are being born:
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Some are ready to try.
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Others, revel in their prime.
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Some are half asleep, but want to show off one more time this year.
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Some should be sleepy, but are not.
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The Hellebores have brand new fresh foliage.
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The Acer palmatum has it all wrong.
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The Cerinthes are returning for another year.
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Those @#^$*!& Cercis won't leave.
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 The roses--they go on...
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...and on...
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...on and on...
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...partiers who want to stay up...
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...long past moon set.
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That's the state of things here. 
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Comments

  1. The roses look wonderful and also the clematis, every plant is thriving.

    xoxoxo ♡

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  2. If summer is the party then I'm one of your roses that doesn't want it to end. You have such color in your garden still!

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  3. Your garden seems to be undecided as to whether it's summer or fall but, regardless of the confusion, it continues to share its beauty.

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