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Thread: Any Signs of Spring around you?

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    Junior Member MamaO2011's Avatar
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    I'm 35 miles east of Cincinnati. I have crocus blooming, my roses are starting to show new growth, my pansies never stopped blooming, my Autumn Joy sedum is growing back, the mums have new growth, and I have a lily coming up. The daffodils are all up and about to bloom, and all the underbrush in the woods is starting to show green. No leaves on the trees, but the buds are there. I get the winter blahs so I'm loving the early signs go spring!

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    Around here I don't put out my annuals until after May 24 in case of frost....BUT my pussy willow catkins are half out. My forsytha is budding and I am trying to decide if I want to trim my roses and lavender way early or wait. The roses already have red leaf buds so I don't want to wait too long or I'll have to leave them. That would mean no weeding in my rose garden this year because it will be a tangled mess. Okay, I've talked myself into trimming them next week.

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    in the Los Angeles area, inland Valley, we put out tomatoes today! I think it is too early but my DH plants them as soon as the nursery gets them. Daffodils are done already, as well as our tiny bit of grape hyacynth, but the freesias are a riot of color everywhere, wisteria starting to bloom, jasmine as well. Roses are leafing out and looks like a few buds are forming. We had a very dry and mild, even by our standards, winter. The only tulips I can grow did not get enough cold so the naturalized ones have great folliage but no orange-red tulips....boo hoo! I am afraid this all means a hot, dry, and unfortunately fire hazard summer for us here
    Lynne

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    Daffodils are blooming as is peach tree.

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    We've had such a mild winter the robins never left! My neighbor has buds on her tulip tree and some on her bushes. We don't have anything in our yard.

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    Oh yes, yesterday, Sunday, was a beautiful sunny day. I got lots of garden work done. Also last night was the first time I heard the frogs chirping. Today it is raining, raining and more raining.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Oh, yes.......it's snowing. But that's March on the mountain top. Went down to Beverly WV on Saturday and saw forsythia blooming!

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