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May 08, 2009


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Bridget Smith

Love these flowers! Spring in the Midwest must be a very exciting time. More rewarding because Mother Nature makes you wait for it :)


Wow, the red tulip (?) with the yellow center is striking! It kind of jumps out of the page at you in 3D!


Bridget-It was pretty exciting that we managed to visit the home and grounds just as the wildflowers started to bloom!

Lorraine-I liked the tulip photo so much that I had to include it, even if tulips aren't what you'd normally call wildflowers.
The flowers in the gardens are a mix of wildflowers common to the area and some of the types of flowers that Gene added to the gardens.

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