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Yikes! My crocus are in bud already! March 13

Posted by megmaine waterville (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 13, 09 at 22:24

And tonight has a low of 13 degrees!
I guess either they ( and the hyacinth, daffs, and tulips that are already 3 inches up) will either survive or they won't.

I am not worried about the Siberian Scilla.

Anyone else have bulbs up? I am in Waterville, not coastal, so this is odd. But it is a "hotspot" because it's sandwiched between blacktop and the foundation... Here's hoping my lovely nonstop colorshow of bulbs will make it!

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RE: Yikes! My crocus are in bud already! March 13

I'm on the coast and so far not much signs of any bulbs. The only placeIi see any are the garden right up against my house where the sun shines most of the day..
My gardens are still snow covered. But most springs the bulbs are all showing around this time of the year. I never have any problems with the cold nights they always do fine..

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