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Spring bulbs

Posted by phaltyme21 5-6 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 9, 13 at 13:49

I am happy to report that I have daffodils coming up. Spring is making an appearance in south-eastern area.

Enjoy - Kay (phaltyme)

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RE: Spring bulbs

Hi Kay. Pictures? Spring is at least flirting with us.

RE: Spring bulbs

No pictures yet - I'm watching though. I am excited about my gardens this year. Last year I hired a Yard man and
he is terrific. His ides are great and he works fast. Now,
what more could I want.

He did a first rate job of cleaning the beds last fall and
they will be ready to bloom.

My husband and I are too old to do the garden work but
we want the flowers. (Old - 91 years, both of us.)

Kay - phaltyme

RE: Spring bulbs

I just have a very few daffs blooming but many more have buds. Not yet near ready to open buds. Othyers are just comming up out of the ground now.

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