Cute post - pics are great too (as always!)
Cute postcard. I have plants like that.
PPPP is lovely and seems to thrive everywhere!
What a cute post. I have a little hunk of that PPPP in my garden now. I can't wait until next year when it blooms.
It looks as though PPPP is just as beautiful in your garden as GOBN. And it makes it that much more special when you know it came from Gail. What a fun post! I hope you are having a good (and safe) Memorial Day.
Looks like PPPP has made some good friends already, in the ferns and celadon poppy.
Dear PPPP, We miss you but are so glad you settled in and made new friends...Now behave yourself and bloom for a long time, GOBN
Wow that PPPP sure gets around! It sure does look happy in it's new home.
Ha! Cute, what a nice world it would be if every plant had a voice! My roses would argue.
Cute post, Marnie.... My PPPP has quit blooming for now --but IF I talk to it, I'm sure it would talk back to me...Hugs,Betsy
They are sweet remembering to write home - letter and postcard writing seems to be a dying art. ;)I have phlox envy. . . PPPP from the GOBN apparently didn't survive the rabbit carnage here last fall.
Marnie.....just too cute.....Lucky you having PPP in your garden....enjoy.
Your PPPP is so polite and well-mannered, with excellent penmanship and grammar. Mine is lazy and hasn't sent Gail any thank yous. The ingrate! (It is blooming fantastically well, though.)
She looks quite lovely in your garden, too. Nice of her to be so thoughtful to send a note to Gail.
The PPPP made us smile today! Cute post!
Isn't it just the greatest Phlox. Gail was kind enough to send some this way as well and boy oh boy has it settled right in.
Your PPPP is looking just as lovely in it's new home as it did in it's old one! I love your postcard;-)
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