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yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


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On Monday, March 25, 2019 at 7:46:01 AM UTC-4, songbird wrote:
yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


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Our crocus have been out for about a week; yesterday the first daffodil opened.

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On Monday, March 25, 2019 at 7:46:01 AM UTC-4, songbird wrote:
yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


songbird


Our crocus have been out for about a week; yesterday the first daffodil opened.


I have a lond snowdrop (not sure where that came from), but the
daffodils are getting really close.


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On 3/25/19 4:45 AM, songbird wrote:
yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


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Me too. It was a dandelion. This years is going to be fun!
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On 3/25/19 4:45 AM, songbird wrote:
yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


Me too. It was a dandelion. This years is going to be fun!


it will be a while yet before the dandelions come
out. usually i have to get through the maple and other
tree pollen season first.


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On 3/30/19 12:02 PM, songbird wrote:
T wrote:
On 3/25/19 4:45 AM, songbird wrote:
yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


Me too. It was a dandelion. This years is going to be fun!


it will be a while yet before the dandelions come
out. usually i have to get through the maple and other
tree pollen season first.


songbird


Out here it is the grass pollen. I have been sneezing my ass off
every morning at about 7 am. Turmeric controls it.

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T wrote:
On 3/25/19 4:45 AM, songbird wrote:
yesterday, a small pale purple crocus.

we're getting there...


Me too. It was a dandelion. This years is going to be fun!


it will be a while yet before the dandelions come
out. usually i have to get through the maple and other
tree pollen season first.


Yesterday I spotted the first thistle of spring coming up near the
front year.

I have a feeling this will feel like a long year, but hopefully
some canned beans and pickles will make it worth it.


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front year.


DOOR. No clue how that came out as year.


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