A Good Sign

Note: this post got inadvertently messed up due to the blogger system crash. I'll repair it as best I can, though that moment has passed, and this moment is a little different.

A good sign. Plants deserve respect:
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This is a good sign, too (not my photo, and not my sign, let me know if it is yours and you want it removed from here):
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We followed this sign for quite a few miles on our trip to Lotusland:
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Here's a sign of shovel pruning. This rose was okay for a while, but three years or so back it lost all vigor, and subsequently all my interest in keeping it vanished, too:
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 Here's a different kind of sign, a sign 'Golden Buddha' is finally content and established
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The Clematis are peaking.  This is a sign that Spring will soon slip into Summer:
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'Comtesse de Bouchaud':
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'Perle d'Azur':  No, the garden is not on fire behind the Clematis.  That's a Tagetes lemonii having a very good spring.

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May on the calendar is a sign that it's time to stop pinch-pruning the Fuchsias, so they can bloom before Summer heat toasts them dead:
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And Diva 'Evelyn' has condescended to bloom. She doesn't ask for respect. She demands it. No sign necessary.

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Comments

  1. Wow, I want to see your garden in person

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  2. Well stop by! Make it a side trip next time you are @ Roger's. Though I must say, I have plenty of ugly garden areas still. I just don't take pictures of them. :)

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