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March 01, 2015

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Dana

Amazing photos as always. Your hyachinth are amazing! And little Ivory looks so beautiful...her eyes are so much clearer now. Soon we will be doing our annual greenhouse hopping - can't wait!

Beth @ PlantPostings

Lovely Hyacinths! I have some blooming at home, too, although I'm not there. I think that's a great idea to force them indoors for the first signs of spring. Beautiful images, as always, Kathleen!

Jennifer

It is sunny here, but really, really cold. And there is over a foot of snow on the ground. Your images of hyacinths have cheered me up though. Surely spring is not far off.

Robin

You have been busy indoors! So many hyacinth. It must smell so sweet indoors. You know what's funny? Your post just made me remember that I have a pot chilling in the fridge. I should have had it out by now! Do you think winter will ever end? I'm not sure I do.

Dora Candler

Very pretty.

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