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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Crocus Are Coming


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  1. I'm envious that your garden is showing some early signs of Spring.

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    1. Considering the arctic blast that has just hit our area with 1 our low predicted tonight and wind chills, I don't think spring's coming any time soon. Stay warm!

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  2. Nothing is growing here yet.. It's too doggone cold here this winter. We finally got a little snow yesterday (about 2 inches) --but mostly, our temperatures have been extremely low. This morning at 6 a.m. on my deck, the thermometer said MINUS 2 degrees... Gads!!!!

    Can't wait til spring and see those crocus blooms.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. You should not be that cold!! Hope your thaw out soon.

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  3. I like all the spring bulbs, and I planted some Siberian Iris a while ago and saw one green shoot peeking up about the soil.

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  4. That must be so exciting to see each spring. Oh my gosh, 1 your predicted low. Yikes. I think it's bad when our low's get into the low 40's, with wind chill making it feel like the 30's. Hope you are keeping snuggly warm in your lovely home.

    FlowerLady

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    1. Only about 15 currently. Tomorrow and the weekend should be in the 50s. Crazy!!

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  5. Now I am so envious. We here have also had the return of Old Man Winter. The last two nights have been below zero. I hope your little crocus sprouts make it. I keep thinking about the end of February which will begin the warm up here for spring. Well, that's my hope any way. I noticed that my Walmart store has started stocking up the garden section with one shelf of seed starting materials and one rack of seeds. That gives me a glimmer of hope that Spring is some where on the horizon.

    Have a great crocus flowering day some time in the near future.

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    1. It's cold here again. The bulbs can take it. Not sure about the gardener.

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  6. Seems early for them but I don't have them so it's always interesting to see anything that would start up at this time of the year.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  7. Oh, I love seeing the green popping up! Hope you both have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. Yeah! I keep looking for mine but so far they are missing in action. It's nice to see some somewhere!

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  9. Do they have snow on them now? I will be so glad to get through this winter. LOL!

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    1. I wish they had snow. Today's it's almost 70 degrees. Outside in a t-shirt. The next cold blast is coming Sunday night for us.

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  10. We are showing signs of spring here and I'm a bit scared. One cold snap and the budding trees will be toast!

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