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Old 29-06-2003, 03:04 PM
Donna Maroni
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Default Daylilies

The bloom has been spectacular this year, hasn't it? Even the highway
medians are crammed with blossoms.

I hope it is not wrong for me to tout a friend's business: Holly Hill Day
Lily Farm. If so, please forgive me and read no further.

But I cannot resist encouraging Triangle gardeners to get to Holly Hill
before the season is finished. The mere sight of the field of blossoms at
Holly Hill is worth trip. And, of course, the plants are a real bargain
due to the great growing season. Details at www.hollyhilldaylilies.com

There are a few more open house weekends:
Saturday and Sunday, June 28 & 29
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 4, 5, 6
Saturday and Sunday, July 12 & 13
Late bloomer weekend July 26 & 27
Open 7:30-5:30 Rain or Shine on the above days only!


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