Looks like Spring is here

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Looks like Spring is here

Postby redcrx » Apr 13, 2017 7:28 am

I hope we don't get another blast of Winter with all these hosta way up.

I was out gardening this week for the first time since last August when I broke my foot. The weeds loved the reprieve - I dug out some of the biggest dandelions. The mild winter let the weeds and wild grass go crazy. But the cold blast in the middle of March wiped out my Magnolia blossoms.

Lemon Frost already showing flower scapes starting up.
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aequinoctiiantha already leafed-out with Smokey on the left showing some leaves. There is a Miss Linda Smith between them with only pips.
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Friends with Swamp Thing in the bottom/right and tardiflora top/left of the photo.
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A shiny-leafed weedling growing in the pathway
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