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Did I die and go to heaven? It was so glorious. I think that I want to be a coriander picker under a mimosa tree in my next life. It couldn't have been more pleasant. The breeze was swirling the sweet scent of the blossoms around me, mixing with the buzzing of the bees and hummers overhead. Ms. Wren would perch on a branch and seranade her babies with her trill. Even the cilantro was emitting a delicious aroma as I pulled off the little brown seeds. Occasionally, I would brush against a sweet annie and be thrilled by a new perfume. I could have done this all day, and I practically did. I got all the plants harvested and pulled up. Then I cleaned out the debris left behind. There is still a lot of runaway creeping jenny to get out, so I might work on that today. It's not a chore when you're working in Eden. It looks better, and I'm glad to have my Patio Garden back--almost.
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Jun 19, 2008 | 4:23 AM PST
sounds so nice :-) i have a mimosa tree,but its still a baby.came up in one of my plants,i transplanted it last summer and so far its doing good..have fun in your garden today...smiles! mountaingirl
Jun 19, 2008 | 4:36 AM PST
I need to find a mimosa tree myself. I noticed some were blooming the other day and made a note to myself that I want one. We had one by our house when I was a kid and my grandfather had a nice one in his yard too.
Jun 19, 2008 | 5:00 AM PST
We must be on the same wave link. My blog today is about mimosa!
Jun 19, 2008 | 5:55 AM PST
It does sound like Eden. Glad you had a wonderful day!
Jun 19, 2008 | 2:08 PM PST
It is better out now that the heat wave has passed. And YOU got some rain, you lucky woman!