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06/19/2017

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David L. Haase

So nice, as always. Loved the butterfly and the green coneflower in particular.

Scott

Not surprising you would write this. Coneflowers here are just starting to bloom so yours must be ripping. I have been looking at my two lonely examples and thinking they need a friend or two. Another excuse to visit the garden centre.

Karen Rexrode

Scott - yep, look for the different coneflowers, there are so many. And thank-you David, you know how hard it is to get a butterfly to pose like that!

Seth

Yeah! Summer is fun! Out of town here and there. I love the way you choose your topic been reading at your posts and find it interesting with the way you write and stress every post online. Anyway I really love summer season and buying flowers from the market.

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