Friday, April 20, 2007

Diana's plans for me

St. Joseph's Coat, Red Cross Vine, Sweet Alyssum, Confederate Jasmine, Spirea, Gerbera Daisy, Hosta, St. John's Hosta, Clematis, Candy Dahlia, Rosemary, Spanish Lavender, Sweet Basil, Garlic, Big Boy Tomato, Queen Anne's Lace, Cilantro, Italian Parsley, California Orange Poppy, Jonquil, Tulips, Lantana, Flowering Tobacco, Tiger Tomato, Cherry Tomato, Cucumber, Orange Bell Pepper, Creeping Phlox, Tiger Lily, Impatient, Black Fern, Snow Queen Hibiscus, Mexican Thyme, Russian Sunflower, Gladiolas, Lilac Bush, Butterfly Bush, Bee Balm, and Snow Ball. Sweet Pea, Strawberry, Hollyhock and Ivy-- you're next.

It's easy to commit to flowers. It's easy to plan a life with these. It's easy to be loved in nitrogen, carbon, compost, and canes. Frailty is normal in flowers.

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