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May 04, 2011


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Arroyo Junkers

Wish I was in Toronto ~ wish I could crochet. Beautiful.


You're my favorite gardener, Margie !!! The seeds you planted last week-end grew so quickly ! My Snif'flowers are filled with admiration. I can see their long nose quivering :)


Looks so promising! I'd love to see all of your botanical collection... ;-)


Hi Margaret - your horticultural photos are so good - have you considered entering Gardening Gone Wild Picture This? http://www.gardeninggonewild.com/?

Sonia / Cozy Memories

The forest of Resurrection Fern is by far my favorite ... look at the amazing flowers & creatures that live there ! I love the way you displayed it all, it's so beautiful !
I hope you'll have a great time tomorrow at the dyeing class. I know you will ! ;-)


A new species - that's amazing! - Perhaps it could be named after you? - Resurrectionus Fernidae, or Resurrectiona Margaretia Tinctoria?? There's many possibilities, I think. And I also think it's a very beautiful new species you've found :)


Love the muted but rich tones of the photos. The flower is just full of Margie-ness.


Spectacular specimen! Can't wait to see what else you collect from the RF forest ;) Have fun at your class! BIG hug!


oh, i wish i was in toronto, too! x

Jill Wignall

What a lovely little specimen! Enjoy the natural dyeing class Margie, looking forward to seeing what you make.

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