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Many of us have fond memories of our Grandma’s flower gardens. Whether your Grandma had a huge garden for her flowers, a flower bed next to her house, or pots on her patio filled with flowers – you probably have a favorite that reminds you of her.
I clearly remember my Grandma’s vegetable garden that was surrounded by flower beds. She had flowers of every kind, and many of them. I especially loved her Gladiolas and Hollyhocks. I don’t see either of these flowers very often in flower gardens any more, but when I do, it brings me right back to my Grandma’s garden when I was a kid. As a tribute to Grandma, I planted Gladiolas and Hollyhocks in my Butterfly Garden and think of her every time I see them.
We want to know… What flower do you remember most from your Grandma’s (or Mom’s) flower garden? What makes it special to you?
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Want to create a “digital” garden? Check out these free digital downloads of antique book pages containing flowers that you can use in your art or decor.