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katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 12, 2010
2:39 AM

Post #7552464

Is already here in Seattle. I have many Hellebores out - I believe this is H. 'Snow Bunting'

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katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 12, 2010
2:41 AM

Post #7552471

And my first Hepatica. I got her at the end of the summer and was afraid to put her out in the soil with the slugs. After she blooms, I'll put her in a gallon pot and bury it 3/4 deep. Just for the first year while she's getting established.

This is Hepatica nobilis x cremar. I got it from Rick Lupp at Mt. Tahoma nursery. What a great guy. This beauty was recommended by him and she has impressed me. It was hard to get a good picture. The pink color is strong . . .

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CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 12, 2010
2:52 PM

Post #7553334

katie - Great color on that Hepatica! I do love mine (acutiloba and americana) and look forward to them blooming as much as I do the Hellebores. The flowers look very fresh for such a long period of time (maybe the cool weather helps).
dax080
Cedar Rapids, IA
(Zone 5a)

February 12, 2010
2:58 PM

Post #7553348

Zone envy!! We've got a foot of snow on the ground here -- Dax
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 12, 2010
6:46 PM

Post #7553904

Definitely zone envy! I was in TN for past two weeks, hoping to satisfy my spring craving but wouldn't you know I took the snow down there with me ?!! Did manage to dig a few new rows in DD's garden but that's about it. Did spend time outdoors teaching GD how to snow sled though.
Those Hepaticas and Hellebores are buried under about 8 inches of snow here. Maybe only another month of white stuff?
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 12, 2010
6:48 PM

Post #7553910

And it's been unusually warm for us here. I think the high pressure systems over us are actually diverting the El Nino precipitation southward and eastward. So sorry . . .

Everything here is about a month early. I have hydrangeas and clematis leafing out. The Edgeworthias and Daphnes will be blooming soon. Interestingly, I haven't seen early bulb displays so much. I think they must be more controlled by light than by temperature.

Of course, the warm winter just means that we will probably have lots of slugs this year, which is a pain. I've already started to see the little ones hatched out. I have hostas already starting to come up and really have to be on top of that when they first leaf out. If they slugs find them before I do, then I'm way behind the game.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 12, 2010
6:56 PM

Post #7553932

Very few slugs here but DD in TN gets them all of the time, even in her cold frame. I think I'm going to play in seed starting mix later just so that I can smell dirt.
KimmyCoCoPop
Taylorsville, KY

February 12, 2010
7:36 PM

Post #7554012

Gorgeous Hellebore...I've never seen a pure white one. Must add one to my "little" collection ! thanks for sharing...I have to find out about your Hepatica...new to me and it's gorgeous...kim
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 12, 2010
8:35 PM

Post #7554181

Thanks!

The pink and white Hellebores are my favorites - they really stand out. The dark red ones, although dramatic up close, kind of get lost in all the green we have around here - especially in the shade.

Check out Mt. Tahoma nursery at http://www.backyardgardener.com/mttahoma/. Rick Lupp is a great guy and helped me to decide what to get from among all his beauties. He doesn't do mail order inside Washington so I just "had" to get down there and see his place in person.

I want to go again this spring to see his alpine beds at the heigth of their beauty. I wasn't really into alpines until I saw some of his . . .
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 12, 2010
11:02 PM

Post #7554523

I ordered a few things from Mt. Tahoma years ago. I'll have to revisit their plant list. Thanks for posting the link.
KaylyRed
Watertown, WI
(Zone 5a)

February 14, 2010
1:51 AM

Post #7557300

I've definitely got some zone envy going on here, too. And I'm cursing myself for not planting helebores like I planned to last year.

At least it cheers me up to see that someone has spring!
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 15, 2010
7:07 AM

Post #7560168

I do that every year with bulbs. I see the results of other peoples' plantings and swear that next year I'll plant them.
Weerobin
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

February 17, 2010
1:39 AM

Post #7565396

Katie, I've been ordering from Mt Tahoma for years, including a pretty hefty order this year.
But you may notice your beautiful hepatica isn't listed in the catalog! I'm jealous!
I'd have snatched it up in a heartbeat, if it was listed! Let us know how it performs for you.
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 17, 2010
3:12 AM

Post #7565621

I know, Weerobin. I was trying to be just like you. It was YOU who made me hanker for a Hepatica of my own. And I think it was you who told me about Mt. Tahoma. Thank you!! I also got a Paris Polyphylla from him and am anxiously awaiting her appearance.

I'm absolutely sure that Rick had more of these. Have you thought about calling him?
Weerobin
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

February 17, 2010
12:15 PM

Post #7566150

I e-mailed him yesterday to see if I could add one to my order!
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 17, 2010
7:04 PM

Post #7567098

Excellent. What else did you order (read: what else do I need to order this year? LOL).
Weerobin
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

February 18, 2010
12:13 PM

Post #7568871

I ordered too many plants, of course. All for my woodland garden.
Several types of hepatica, especially the different colored ones (rosea, 'red', etc.).
Also some woodland anemones and anemonellas.
I ordered a couple paris's also.
I have a couple small paris's in my yard already, but their survival isn't certain yet.
And 2 trilliums - I have lots of volunteer trillium, but some of the unusual species look great.
So I'll see if any of them like my yard.
How many of them will be around next year, who knows...

By the way, Rick Lupp already replied to my e-mail and will include a hepatica x Cremar in my order.
I'm very pleased.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 18, 2010
12:51 PM

Post #7568914

I have had Fotidus ready to bloom for over a month.
We are having an unusually sub zero winter so they remaine in a state of suspended animation.
Cant find the pic.The plant has been under snow for a month
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 18, 2010
2:51 PM

Post #7569165

ge - You've gotten more than your share of winter this year? Snow cover is becoming quite the norm for us so I don't even get a chance to go "touring" the yard until into March. Sigh. Maybe that's why my H. orientalis bloom so late here. Now that I've ordered my H. foetidus, I need to figure out where I'm going to put it and what has to be pulled out to make room.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 18, 2010
4:32 PM

Post #7569400

I might have to relocate one of the 2 fotidu's. I had no idea they would get to be so big.
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 18, 2010
6:29 PM

Post #7569629

Yeah - they can get pretty large. I lost one to what I think was crown rot, so make sure that they have good drainage at the crown and good light.
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 18, 2010
6:31 PM

Post #7569634

WR, that sounds fantastic - Rick is such a great guy. I'm anxious to see how your Paris does - it's a relative of Trillium, so it seems that it would do fine under the same circumstances.

I'm waiting to see how that Daphne Genkwa I bought last year will come back - it's been pretty slow to show any signs of life . . .

postmandug

postmandug
Bardstown, KY
(Zone 6a)

February 18, 2010
7:05 PM

Post #7569725

KimmyCoCoPop wrote:Gorgeous Hellebore...I've never seen a pure white one. Must add one to my "little" collection ! thanks for sharing...I have to find out about your Hepatica...new to me and it's gorgeous...kim


Kim, the Hepatica is native to our area and can be found in the woods around your house I'm sure. It won't be a bright pink one though!

Doug

postmandug

postmandug
Bardstown, KY
(Zone 6a)

February 18, 2010
7:16 PM

Post #7569776

Here's one I dug up out of my woods to transplant into my woodland bed last spring.

Doug

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katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 18, 2010
7:47 PM

Post #7569834

Hiya, Doug. Color me envious on those native hepaticas!!
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 19, 2010
12:18 AM

Post #7570412

Doug - You are one lucky guy to have those Hepaticas.
jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:28 AM

Post #7570435

Spring is here in coastal Northern CA. The crabapple and pear trees are in bloom, and the magnolias are already dropping petals. Callas are blooming:

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:29 AM

Post #7570439

Variegated fuchsia 'Firecracker' has survived the winter and remained with a few flowers:

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:30 AM

Post #7570442

This is my showiest hellebore. It stays in bloom 7-8 months and survives despite a thirsty silver maple sucking up all the water with greedy roots:

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:31 AM

Post #7570443

I usually pick the bearded purple iris (unknown variety but it reblooms) to go with the white callas - so pretty in the vase!

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:32 AM

Post #7570445

I planted this silver lavendar to replace a dying L.stoechas, and it's stayed in bloom for several months now.

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:33 AM

Post #7570449

Meyer lemons are in full harvest right now, and still forming flowers too. But it's cool enough that you can't smell that wonderful perfume unless you get up close. In summer you can smell them all the way across the yard, though!

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:34 AM

Post #7570455

I love the pelargonium hybrid 'Occold Gold'. On dreary days like today, when the sun never does come out, the leaves absolutely glow, making the garden more cheerful.

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:36 AM

Post #7570460

Rhaphiolepsis indica 'Ballerina' is in bloom, too. I'm always surprised more people don't grow this around here. It does so well as a background mini-shrub, and takes so little water while never having any pest problems.

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:37 AM

Post #7570462

A groundcover rose is hanging on, while the osteospermums reseed wildly. They love the extra water from winter rains!

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:39 AM

Post #7570465

Rosemary 'Tuscan Blue' is in bloom as well. This has never gotten as tall as I wanted, I think the compost we put in is too rich for it, making it sprawl. But it's right outside the front door, so when I need rosemary, I just step outside and snip a few stems off - very handy!

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:41 AM

Post #7570468

These are true Shasta daisies, from a plant I bought from the Luther Burbank Gardens in Santa Rosa (he developed the Shasta daisy). It was a little slow to establish itself at first, but I was surprised to see blooms on it so early, although the stems are very short - 2" at most!

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:42 AM

Post #7570470

Tagetes lemmonii, aka Bush Marigold, also likes the extra winter watering, although frost will nip some of the top buds every once in a while.

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jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 19, 2010
12:44 AM

Post #7570475

Another winter lover is Tibouchina urvilleana. I prefer its cousin T. heteromalla, which has less showy flowers but much prettier leaves. But T. urvilleana can't be beat for stunning impact when in bloom. Those big purple flowers are eye-catching!

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katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 19, 2010
4:01 AM

Post #7570818

Those are pretty. Is it warm for you this year or does spring always start so early for you guys?

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 19, 2010
10:42 AM

Post #7571098

Nice plants jkom
jkom51
Oakland, CA
(Zone 9b)

February 20, 2010
1:04 AM

Post #7572863

katie59, there's been some cold days but little frost this year. In between the much-needed rains we've had several spells of mid-day temps in the low to mid-60's, so the garden is about 3 weeks in advance of last year.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
9:58 AM

Post #7573780

Wish the was true here.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 20, 2010
2:42 PM

Post #7574143

Oh gosh - another case of zone envy. Beautiful plants, jkom. I wonder if that variegated fuschia would survive in a pot so that I could bring it indoors in the winter.
Weerobin
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
3:45 PM

Post #7574261

Cindy, I've got a variegated fuschia shivering in a pot in my garage.
Of course it's way too soon to know if it has survived the ordeal or not.
I failed on a similar experiment a few years ago, but decided to try it again.
Poor guy.
It's not looking very spring-like outside...
Weerobin
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
4:10 PM

Post #7574307

Katie, here's a paris from last year - I think it's paris quadrifolia?, but alas, my plant labelling system has failed me again.

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CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 20, 2010
7:11 PM

Post #7574700

Weerobin - My one and only fuschia is a 'Gartenmeister'. I had read that it was a little hardier but I bring it in every fall. Sure it drops it's leaves and I tried to give it a little more of a rest in our 50 degree garage (we keep it heated). I cut it back hard and just brought it into my little lean-to GH (heated) and it's putting out new growth. I'm not brave enough to let it freeze.
Snow is melting here, I can see brown grass since the snow is melting, spent the morning babying cuttings so I'm good for a little while.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
7:23 PM

Post #7574725

Same here. Its encouraging.
I ont even mind how awfull things look before the grass turns green.

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katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 20, 2010
7:58 PM

Post #7574773

WR - I think you're right - P. quadrifolia. I guess that's up next on my list. :-) No sign of life in any of mine yet. But then again, according to the news we're only a month ahead of schedule.

JKOm - it sound like we're enjoying similar effects of El Nino, except that all the water we usually have, we're sending down to you. We have a big high pressure system sitting on top of us now and the sun is out in full force for the weekend. I have Hostas coming up, the Forsythia is in bloom and the Quince is budding.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
8:27 PM

Post #7574837

zone envy here
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 20, 2010
8:32 PM

Post #7574850

I totally understand!! Last year was totally the opposite for us - much like what you're seeing . . .

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
8:39 PM

Post #7574863

I honestly believe we are turning the corner. I am beginning to feel it.
That is not to say we wont have a few more snow storms but the winter doesnt seem so unending.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 20, 2010
9:02 PM

Post #7574901

I remember a St. Pat's Day years ago - sunny, 70 - a real gift. I keep hoping for another one just like it. I always feel that once past Feb, we're virtually home-free (unless we get a foot of lake effect snow dumped on us in the middle of March).

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
9:08 PM

Post #7574906

We have had terrible blizzerds in erly March. I am hoping for a nice march because of the horrible winter we have endured.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

February 20, 2010
9:19 PM

Post #7574926

ge - You're not supposed to say the "b" word this late in the winter season.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 20, 2010
9:29 PM

Post #7574943

I know sorry. Well I'll say the I word. We have had ice storms that left us withou power for 10 days. 1/3 rd of the trees in the county were lost.

weeding

weeding
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 1, 2010
12:59 AM

Post #7595602

Helleborous and 1 daffodil so far.
This Helleborous Gold Finch

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weeding
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 1, 2010
1:00 AM

Post #7595606

White Helleborous

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CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 1, 2010
1:00 AM

Post #7595607

weeding - go ahead - make us jealous. :)

weeding

weeding
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 1, 2010
1:04 AM

Post #7595616

Wait! I have a few more. Hee Hee!
No Name Helleborous

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weeding

weeding
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 1, 2010
1:06 AM

Post #7595623

This is one of my darker ones, trying to open.

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weeding

weeding
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 1, 2010
1:08 AM

Post #7595626

The only daff blooming right now.

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ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

March 1, 2010
9:12 AM

Post #7596347

So glad for you.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 1, 2010
3:37 PM

Post #7596805

March 1 - I'd be out looking for Hellebore buds but we still have snow on the ground. :( I'm hoping a lot of it will disappear this week with daytime temps above freezing. That's the only positive thing. I'm missing the sun though - haven't seen it for a while.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

March 1, 2010
3:51 PM

Post #7596844

The sun is going in and out here temps 37* and I am hopefull this will last and mely a lot so I can walk in the yard.
lisabees
Centennial, CO
(Zone 5a)

March 1, 2010
7:41 PM

Post #7597343

Ooh, I'm so jealous of you warmer zone people & your signs of Spring! I keep poking around in my gardens for a little green. Even my hellebores aren't doing anything yet (unless you look REALLY close & even then it's not really certain).
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 1, 2010
9:41 PM

Post #7597670

ge - Did you get hit with a lot of snow?
I looked out the back window and the snow has melted enough that I can see old ratty Hellebore leaves. I'll wait another day or two to check for buds as I'm sure the ground is pretty mushy with melting snow. I really do try not to tramp around in the garden beds when they're really wet.
lisabees
Centennial, CO
(Zone 5a)

March 1, 2010
9:48 PM

Post #7597681

Yeah Cindy, I'm desperate but I'm not stomping around in the beds themselves, I crouch on the edge to look. Everything here is unusually soggy with snow melt.

weeding

weeding
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

March 1, 2010
9:53 PM

Post #7597701

I just heard that we may get some more cold weather tomorrow, maybe some snow. The helleborous are really tough plants and I think they will be OK. I forgot to post Helleborous Ruse Black.

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ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

March 1, 2010
10:08 PM

Post #7597755

We had 18 inches over 3 days. I thought it would never stop.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 1, 2010
11:46 PM

Post #7597929

lisa - I'm always tiptoeing around during spring cleanup since I can't always wait for the soil to dry out before cleaning up last fall's leaves. Sometimes the leaves are still frozen to the ground. Ugh.
weeding - gorgeous 'Ruse Black'. Wish I had more room for more H.
ge - hoping your snow is melting fast. We're supposed to hit the 40's by the end of the week unless the weathermen change their minds.
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

March 1, 2010
11:56 PM

Post #7597944

weeding - let me know if you ever get seedlings from that H. Ruse Black. I'd love to trade with you.

flowAjen

flowAjen
central, NJ
(Zone 6b)

March 2, 2010
4:51 AM

Post #7598721

I had some hellebores, before they got buried by the snow

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katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

March 2, 2010
5:25 AM

Post #7598795

I'll bet the deal with it just fine. We had snow late last year and the Hellebores didn't even blink.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

March 2, 2010
8:52 AM

Post #7599004

This is what I am waiting for.

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CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 2, 2010
2:48 PM

Post #7599414

ge - Nice montage there . At this point, I'd be happy with green. It is supposed to get above freezing at night next week. We're also supposed to have sun and 45 degrees on Sunday. Hmmm, should I hold my breath???

postmandug

postmandug
Bardstown, KY
(Zone 6a)

March 2, 2010
3:41 PM

Post #7599558

Supposed to be around 60 or better here on Sunday and SUNNY. Think the neighbors will mind if run around in the back yard naked...

Doug
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 2, 2010
4:48 PM

Post #7599696

LOL!
katie59
Woodinville, WA
(Zone 8b)

March 2, 2010
5:29 PM

Post #7599791

Whoopie!!
pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

March 2, 2010
6:34 PM

Post #7599969

Doug - always glad to meet another soul who would love to run naked when spring arrives. If I tried it I might scare off the returning birds.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

March 2, 2010
6:35 PM

Post #7599972

No running then,just naked.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 2, 2010
6:37 PM

Post #7599978

Oh - the visions in my head...
pirl
(Arlene) Southold, NY
(Zone 7a)

March 2, 2010
6:39 PM

Post #7599983

Avoid it at all costs, Cindy. It could upset your stomach after lunch.
lisabees
Centennial, CO
(Zone 5a)

March 2, 2010
8:48 PM

Post #7600276

He he... I'll be keeping my clothes on, there will just fewer layers! We're supposed to be in the upper 50s today & tomorrow, but it's still in the 20s at night.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 2, 2010
8:53 PM

Post #7600289

More LOL! I didn't mean to refer to visions of anyone else other than myself and that's bad enough. :) I am on a diet and working out but it still won't improve that vision.

ge1836

ge1836
Pittsford, NY
(Zone 6a)

March 10, 2010
2:55 AM

Post #7617928

Snow is beginning to melt here. Stuff is happening ,tulips are coming up.
CindyMzone5
Hobart, IN

March 10, 2010
8:18 AM

Post #7618644

Have been stuck indoors this week, working on a Murphy bed that we're building. I have to work around DH's schedule since he's currently the paycheck here. So I'm sanding and finishing wood during the day. The snow's just about all gone and I did see a couple of snowdrops in bloom. I need to get out and rake away the fall leaves to see much more.

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