First "green up" of summer

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Spring has come and passed the baton to summer. After a couple months of pretty, and clear water, it's going green again.
I ain't gonna fret over it. I can't imagine where the nutrients are comming from unless it's the tabs I gave the lilys.
I've got about 30 or 40 lettuce, about that many hyancinth, 3 lilys, some blue eyed grass, and a couple of other boggy type plants that I dug up at the spring, and planted in the pond. All the tests come back zero, except PH, which runs between 6.8 and 9.0, depending on time of day.
All is doing well, so I'll just let nature take it's course. ;)

I have noticed that since the one bloom of the one lily, I've yet to have any more blooms.
 

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My lilies are not liking this warm cold warm cold wet rainy spring we have had. They are not blooming like they usually do.
 

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