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Re: hum.../hellebores

Well, Donna, it's not that you're supposed to; it's just that you
can, tho' if I were you, I wouldn't...like Ceres, your winters can be
really tough.

If your daffs haven't gotten their noses up, then don't expect
anybody else to be really waking up; you're still in winter mode.

We did get 50s today and I was out pruning; really nice day and
tomorrow is supposed to get into the 60s!!!!

All my snowdrops are blooming away - such cheery little guys, so
spring is coming!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Didn't know I was supposed too... hum....
> Heading out the door now, so will take another look around and see
> anything is showing... but my daffs and other early stuff (except
> willow) hasn't poked it's head out as of my last tour around the
> so thinking I am still in winter mode here.
> Donna
> Where it is supposed to be in the 50's today- so everyone should be
> waking up!

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