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April 23, 2018


Mary Lou Egan

How lovely! Our snow is finally gone, but it will be a long time before I get to smell Gertrude Jekyll's heavenly scent. My oenothera are yellow, the pink ones are prettier.


Your tea party sounds so good and I am pleased that everyone enjoyed it. I have never had anything as 'posh' since that kind of meal was only served at home, in my youth.

Your table was very prettily dressed too, I enjoy seeing blue and white china.

I also enjoyed seeing the intense colour of your Penstemon. My Evening Primroses are bright yellow and are taller than I am - but that is not saying much since I have now shrunk to 152 cms!

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