'Love the Life Under the Visible Leaf!'
Me, too, Teza. Me, too.
Yep,plantaholic and proud of it.
I am an addict too, for hoyas! I love most your first flower.
All growing in your garden? If so you've certainly got it bad :)
Beautiful! I did not realize there was such a diversity!
Yes Anna, all in my garden with two new ones purchased last Fall which I will hopefully be able to show here in May!The diversity is pretty amazing Alain! Larry at Lost Horizons has close to 200 listed in his catalogue for this year..... slowly but surely as he goes!
Did you see Timber Press's Kew's The Plant Lover's Guide to Epimediums by Sally Gregson - can think of no one better to do a review - do you have Thomas Allen's contact info to get a review copy? email me if you don't and I send it along.I think the tide has turned and spring is realllllllllly on its way.B.
Hello sweetie (will this winter ever end ... Barb jumped the gun I think, it is snowing here this morning or it it just me?) ... Big sigh !I am a newbie to these darlings still so I am slowly collecting.Your addiction is spreading and your collection is to aspire to !Beautiful pictures : )Joy
Barbara: Just had a response email from Thomas Allen - thanks or the lead. 'Looked' at the book on Amazon. Hopeful that it will attract more gardeners to a womderful genus!Joy: These diminutive darlings are one of the reasons I love Spring so much, as most of them are in full bloom by the time May 24 rolls around. I have a pair I added last summer that I am particularly looking forward to. Of course like all else, it can be an expensive addiction. But better plants than some other nastier vice!
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