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Thursday, March 4, 2010

First Post!

I thought I would start this blog with a photo of the first flowers in my garden in 2010--crocus.  I was so happy to see them Saturday.  My crocus numbers have dwindled the last few years, so I put crocus at the top of my list of bulbs to plant this fall.

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2 comments:

  1. Welcome to the garden blog world! I love it when a blog is new and I can look through posts (read not so many that I can never get thru them all). I like to comment on first posts because to this day my first post does not have any comments, but that is okay.

    I looked at Blotanical to see if you had listed your blog. Blotanical is a directory of garden blogs where you can meet and greet other garden bloggers in one spot and they can meet and greet you. It can be quite interesting. I thought I'd tell you about it. I found out about like six months after I began blogging (saw the badge on a blog) and felt left behind so I tell all new to me bloggers.

    Okay, I'm off to look at those concrete beds for your veggie garden. And I wonder so I can add you to my list of blogs what state and/or country you are in? I see the hardiness zone but don't know the state? Thanks. tina

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  2. So, did you get more crocus planted? I hope they bloom soon. I am excitedly waiting for my first bloom of the season.

    Now, I'm off to see Tina's first post to leave a comment. I don't remember if I have any comments on my first post. Oh, Tina could have a comment on her first post by now, though, since it was in 2010 she wrote the one here. No one else may have seen it, though. OK, I'm finished rambling. :o)

    Again, happy blog birthday!

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