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August 20, 2013

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Laury Bourgeois

Now Stew-you know I aspire to be you in the gardening department. How wonderful that it all runs in your family and that everyone is aging so gracefully! Love you and miss you-Can't wait to see my guys when I get back to NO-Hugs to you, Eric and my favorite Louie boy-Love Lots, Laury and Sam

Laury Bourgeois

Oh Theresa-you might see me wandering around out there tonight with my camera again. Actually-I have an invitation for you to come out to HL for Mom and Dad's 60th! Tell John happy birthday for me-and I will try to catch you at some point here. Thanks for being so sweet-be back-Love, Laury

Theresa

Awww ... I am honored to see my li'l gems on your blog! They are, indeed, spectacular. Each of those top blooms is bigger than your head!!! You got some really cool shots of those! At night, they really stand out when I look out my back door. Love 'em. They are called "Limelights" I believe.

Steward Bertrand

I love Hydrangeas. They are one of my favorite flowers. My sister in Lake Charles, La., has the most beautiful row of them on the North side of her house…She certainly has the knack with Hydrangeas….I think they are more spectacular because of the color of her bricks. The blue on the brick is wonderful. She planted them over a half century ago, and they are still going strong. I think the reason why she still has such a full row,is that she makes cuttings from the orig. plants….They are the most beautiful and showy plants in her garden…. Did i mention that I love my sister who is approaching 90 as fast as I'm approaching 70! I'm 67 and she is 87….My brother is 77 soon…Steward. I don't know why I mentioned age, except that at 87, My sister is a very accomplished gardener….And so are her brothers….

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