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February 14, 2011


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They're beautiful Kathleen and I just love the smell of them too. I had bought some last spring and kept them in the house for a while for the smell and then couldn't remember where I ended up planting them outside. LOL But I saw them in my breadbox on the deck the other day peeking up out of the soil.


Hi Kathleen, I agree, forced bulbs are the most welcome things in mid winter.

We are having some difficult weather too. A terrible snowstorm followed by overnight temps of 20-below zero. Like you, there has been a 180 degree turn around and it will be almost 50 by the end of the week. Lookout for the floods.


Winter has decided to return to us here, rain and windstorms and now the chance of snow this week. I can't wait for it to be in the 60's here. Have fun in your garden!


Happy Valentines Day to you Kathleen! It's so nice you can enjoy the hyacinths inside.


This blast of spring weather is so wonderful. I hope it doesn't get crazy cold again. I want spring!!!
Love that hyacinth.

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