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09/11/2020

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Linda Carlson

I love the night garden video. Maybe next year will be a better year. I'm counting on in.

Judy Zatsick

The night video was absolutely charming. Do you host night strolls for gardeners? It is magical. I'm inspired to recreate it myself!

karen Rexrode

I am not sure if I'm saving the large brugmansia's. They are over 5' tall and some are 6 or 7' wide. This spring was tough because it was a 2 strong man job or 3 not so strong people to handle then and get them back in the raised beds. I have been relocating to their winter basement for as long as 10 years. We'll see, if I do manage to get it this good again next year, I will invite you to have a look, it's indescribable, really!!Right now it's slowing down and the big show is really over.

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