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November 09, 2008


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Nancy Bond

Yes, indeed. Those early spring blooms give you something to hold onto. :)


The bulbs are a fantastic color! Great shots! They will be lovely when in bloom in the middle of winter! Speaking of distant times! oh my gosh...there is Christmas music coming from the tv in the other room!



You will something beautiful to look forward to next spring. I love Hyacinths for their sweet fragrance.

Shady Gardener

Aren't those beautiful bulbs! The flowers must be exquisite! :-) Better that you were Sunday puttering instead of Sunday muttering! ;-) It's been very cold today...


Kathleen,oh shoot! I didn't save any to plant in pots, Wonder if I can still find some at the garden cebter? If not, yo'll just have to share pictyres and smellenet with us. :)


Thank you for reminding me to pick up some hyacinth bulbs! I have a lot of bulbs, but none of those. Also, your blue jay post made me smile as did those beautiful viburnums.


I'm looking forward to seeing them in bloom in a few months;)


Thank goodness for spring bulbs, right Nancy?!!!


Wow, that's early Gail!! Although one year, one of our local radio stations started playing all Christmas music, 24/7, the day after Halloween. It must not have gone over tho because they don't start it now until after Thanksgiving.


Me too Racquel. When they are blooming they can perfume a whole room. It's lovely.


LOL Shady Gardener! That was funny. No, no muttering here. Now had it been snowing it might have been a different story!! ;-)


I bet you can still find some Beckie ~ I don't think it's too late. I can't get thru the winter without a pot of bulbs! Good luck!


You're welcome Layanee! I bought some bulbs for the yard this year (not nearly as many as you) but none of those were hyacinths. I don't know why but I only seem to use them for forcing?? I'm glad the blue jays and viburnums could make you smile!


Hopefully they will not disappoint us Marnie! I'll be sure to post photos. :-)


Yes, and hyacinths are so pretty.

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