Dig! Chop! Clip! Green & White & Fight

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Dig.  Move.  Chop.  Clip.   Another load to the green waste bin!
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While I work, the puppies keep each other company by fighting as loudly as possible so I will stop and come to see what they are doing.    
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Okay, they haven't killed each other.  Back to work.
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Comments

  1. Gorgeous flower photos of green and white, refreshing... and the puppies are cute too!
    xoxoxo ♡

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  2. I would love to be working in the garden now! What plant produces the white blossoms over a carpet of silver, shown in the two photos?

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    1. Hi Alan, that is Pyrethropsis hosmariense (Moroccan Daisy) aka Rhodanthemum hosmariense, an exquisite little plant.

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  3. Your photography is just beautiful! My dogs sometimes wrestle right next to me when I'm in the garden so I have to stop to see them. It's all very strategic. Thanks for another fabulous post! :o)

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    1. Our dogs know exactly what they are doing, don't they?

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  4. A nice green collar on the pups and they would fit your theme. I love your green hellebores. Mine are kind of tatty looking.

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    1. The Hellebores look great this year--they must like extreme drought. Glad something does...Collars, yes the puppies think collars are delicious. I gave up on collars after they ate the third set.

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  5. These fighting puppies are just gorgeous.

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