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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

April Snow








15 comments:

  1. OMG -- you DID get snow!!! We may get sleet/snow this evening but supposedly no accumulation!!!! I've seen April snows before but never this late -- more like the first week! This is the winter that won't go away!

    I just picked all my daffs and the four or five lilacs that we have -- at least I can enjoy them INSIDE!!!

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    1. Ooooo lilacs. At least mine have had the good sense not to try and bloom yet.

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  2. I suppose it's good considering the awful drought you experienced last year, but it's always hard to take this time of year. We're supposed to get an inch or two tonight....a few more days of cold and then hopefully a bit of a warm-up
    Love the Muscari---such a pretty blue!

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    1. Yes, moisture is good. I keep telling myself that as I dig out the snow boots and coats again.

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  3. Oh my, not the blanket I would like to see on my blooming beauties this time of year! Yikes, hope all fair well when that white fluff departs...

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  4. Yes the Winter seems like it's still here for lots of people. We finally seem like we may be warming up a little but plants have done almost nothing so far.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  5. Jeeze Laweeze....I hope spring will arrive for you soon. The flowers that are blooming through the snow look pretty though!!

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  6. That is so pretty, but I hope they are still pretty after they thaw out! On a brighter note, you should not have to water for a few days. ;)

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  7. My goodness, it sure is pretty but winter definitely needs to let go doesn't it. We are having a few warms days, a few cooler days and back to warms with lots of rain. I'm more than ready for spring to stay! Hope you have a great rest of the week.

    Sandy

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  8. Oh Yuk!! I am so sorry and I know it is so frustrating to get snow dumped on blooming flowers. I hope it melts real fast and gives you some water. The tulips look so sad in the snow.

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  9. Oh, no!!! Snow!?! I hope it melts soon, and that that is the last of it! What a strange spring this has been.

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  10. I love snow with bulbs. One of my favorite memories from Wisconsin during the spring. They were the hopeful signs of things to come.

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  11. You have to admit the purple hyacinths look great in the snow. I know you are glad to see the last of the snow.

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