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How about if we discuss it Wednesday when I meet you, and we'll put it on here after that.
A fine entry, warbler. We still need a list of azalea attributes upon which the entries will be judged.
Thanks Patti :-).I think we'll work that out as it goes along, Li, any ideas? I'm glad you like itThanks A3ana-I like your avitar!
And the winner is ???..... This one its soooooooooooobeautiful.
That's very attractive. The blossoms are so dense. I don't think I've seen a bonsai flowering like that. Thanks for posting this, Dave. Very nice. I'm new to the competition. How do we vote when the time comes?
Oooooh, pretty tough to compete with this one!!!! Gorgeous, Warbler! Thanks!
Thanks Laura, Chickie.The National Arboretum had a great display as I remember. PG. I'll have to go spend a day there in a few weeks. I haven't been there in several years. ThanksThanks Laura-glad you liked it!
Thanks loveydear, lyndee.Yup aggie, I'm just reminding everyone that a competition may happen. The South should take photos now but the North has to be able to take theirs, too. Help me develop rules.
Gorgeous flaming red flowers! Wonderful composition, warbler. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely one but you would think the National Arboretum would have something a little nicer then most. Great shot Warbler.
wow, it's a beauty!
Ooooo...it's beautiful, warbler!
Have to admit, it is a beauty there warbler. We'll have to wait and see what the the other voters are thinking. As you know, we've had some major beauties posted already and just wait for the Great North.
Beautiful. Looks like a minature tree.
I was thinking that I've never seen one that was potted and trimmed like this one! Very pretty!