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Thread: Any Signs of Spring around you?

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    Smile Any Signs of Spring around you?

    I dug under the snow and found three little daffodil shoots just peeking up out of the ground. I covered them back up and told them to go back to sleep as plenty more snow is coming. But it gave me a smile that spring is only a couple months away! Any signs where you live?

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    where do you live?

    here in Twin Cities MN, I have not seen signs yet.
    Nancy in western NY

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    My crocus are blooming.

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    Our bushes are starting to bud out, and we never did lose sight of the robins this year! They just hung around all winter!
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    We have trees getting ready to bloom. Must be cherry or etc.

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    My roses are showing new growth buds, and my crocus shoots are peeking out!

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    I have daffodils blooming - yellow flowers already and the other plants are about ready to start flowering

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    I'm just south of Chicago and I have a very confused Tea Rose. He started sprouting. Now I could understand if it was one of my native bush roses that full southern exposure and a fence wall behind them on the north. But the tea rose is completely exposed to the north and west with the wall of the house on the east. Very strange.

    A few of the spring bulbs have popped their heads out of the ground and my Ivy is showing signs of color and growth.
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    Here in my area the everyone's iris bulbs are blooming along with jonquils. Could be because it is 60 degrees here today and was 80 earlier this week. Mother nature is most confused here in North Texas.

    mltquilt

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    A Missourian here.. We only had like 2 days of winter... earlier this week it was in the 70's... I am SOOOOO not complaining..

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