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April 22, 2006


Cop Car

If you need more dandelions, we have loads of them--on the back portion of the lot, mostly. They also love to spring up among the stems of the various berry bushes--exactly where it is impossible to get to them. Oh, well, they are pretty. Not nearly as pretty as your freebie tulips, though. How gorgeous! Yes, you've posted photos of your lilies along the fence; but, don't ask me to "go find 'em"! Sounds like a lovely spring at your house.


Your tulips multiply??? Wowwwww..... Ours last a year or two and then the chipmunks have eaten them or moved them. I have one group of Darwin tulips that come back year after year, that I must have planted in a wire basket.

I LOVE "Ice Follies" daffodils. They are the first to bloom each year of the dozens of types of daffs spread around our grounds. Unfortunately, we get one day in the 80s every year that kills the blooms off early. It's SO dissapointing to loose the blooms, but they come back each year, so maybe one year we'll have a longer cool blooming season.

That's a gorgeous freebie tulip!


Buffy - I've never actually been able to keep tulips between the planting in fall and growing in the spring (chipmunks have always gotten them before). So I'm being optomistic when I say the tulips will multiply. However, I am under no illusion that anything othere than the botanical tulips will increase!

Cop Car - Oh, we have plenty of dandylions, but only one early bloomer so far. It's probably sorry it got so blold since we had sleet yesterday and it has been in the 30's since yesterday afternoon (we've had the woodstove going).

Cop Car

Some of our dandelions are so protected that they bloom during the winter!

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