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So it's been raining for freakin weeks, everybody's flowers are coming up, but get flooded...
these are volunteers...(or my neighbor planted the bulbs there to surprise me???) 100 2286 this tree is in my front yard, most of the blooms were knocked off with the pouring rain 100 2290
I love pansy 100 2295
and my Hollyhocks...yep 100 2293 TTFN 100 2328
 

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I love pansies too. I have a cactus or two blooming, but nothing really to write hone about.

Today I dug a hole to plant that giant aloe that broke off, but it was too dang heavy for me to get it in the hole. So I planted a smaller one. It's a shame for the giant one to be sent to the rubbish pile. Maybe my s-i-l will help me plant it. . . yeah, right!
 

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Always love seeing your cat! Been nothing but rain here, too. One of my volunteers for you.
 

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Always love seeing your cat!
THAT's what that is?? I thought it was a large skunk! LOL

Beautiful pics Mags....you know I love your photography....got any idea what kind of tree with all the flowers is? The bark looks like plum maybe, apple? I have (had) daffodils that came up, planted by the previous owner over 15 years ago and they still come up. They flowered in spite of the robot-mowers because the "stands" or patches of them are thick enough to set off the bump-sensor on the mowers so they don't get cut down. My Azaleas were also in full bloom this past weekend, but like yours, the first rain will beat them down.
 

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THAT's what that is?? I thought it was a large skunk! LOL

Beautiful pics Mags....you know I love your photography....got any idea what kind of tree with all the flowers is? The bark looks like plum maybe, apple? I have (had) daffodils that came up, planted by the previous owner over 15 years ago and they still come up. They flowered in spite of the robot-mowers because the "stands" or patches of them are thick enough to set off the bump-sensor on the mowers so they don't get cut down. My Azaleas were also in full bloom this past weekend, but like yours, the first rain will beat them down.
Robot mowers?
 

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RS612 Robomows one in front and one in the back. This is the pic when I first set them up before I installing the little awnings for them. Like Roomba's for the yard!
 

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