Garden Girl
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  • Washington, IL
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What kind of gardening do you like to do?
Mostly perennial (cottage garden style) and veggie. I used to work at a botanical garden. Now I work for those who can no longer maintain their gardens alone, but want to continue to enjoy them.
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
Everyday, as much as possible.

I'm a gardening junkie and love to learn, help and teach others in the garden. Check out my blog, Garden Rambles to see more about me and my website, The Obsessed Gardener to see my plants!

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At 5:59pm on May 5, 2012, margaret said…

I just literally got 'little lime' hydrengia's this year.  We had an additon made to our landscaping and those were the first ones i bought.  I have never grown hydrengia's, kinda scared.  But thought i'd give it a try.  So far so good though :)

At 4:21pm on November 14, 2011, Wendy Hime said…

Have you been to Munsinger Gardens here in Saint Cloud?  I live on that road a few blocks down.  It is the ONLY thing to see in Saint Cloud:)

At 8:30pm on November 13, 2011, Wendy Hime said…
Small world! Where do you live?
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