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February 15, 2010


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Hill Country Mysteries

Thank you for including the birds. What a wonderful outing that must have been! Roseate spoonbills are a treat.

Now that we're in the Texas Hill Country we see other rarities but I'll always love the spoonbills I knew in Florida.

Dorothy/Gardening with Nature

Beautiful blooms and birds and I love your blog! You're wise to post here. The Chronicle's website is just not very user-friendly for people to get to. That why I cross-post at Blogspot.

Nell Jean

Happy Bloom Day, Martha. Looks like Spring is near where you are. Love the cornshuck flowers, too. Birds are as colorful as flowers and add a lively touch.

lostlandscape (James)

Some orchids I've grown seem to have lasted about as long as your dendrobium. It's great that they're such cool plants that you'll never tire looking at them!

Hill Country Mysteries

Hi Martha, the wildflowers will be a treat if you're coming to the Hill Country later this spring. Blue bonnets make a show mid-March and other species follow non-stop into June, particularly if the current trend of periodic rains continues. Hope you have a great time. Check Hill Country Mysteries for some fun side-trips.

Jayne Wilson

Hi Martha (didn't know your name before now) You have some beautiful blooms for Bloom Day. I've also started cross-posting on Blogger, as well as the Chronicle :-)

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