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Snowdrops blooming this morning!  A whole spread of them on a sunny slope.  
They weren't there yesterday, because I have been watching for them.  It's 
raining a little and 52 degrees - not a pretty day - but there is a definite 
feeling of spring in the air!  Of course March is usually a snowy month, and it 
came in like a lamb this year, so expect it to go out like the proverbial lion 
with a blizzard.  At any rate the snowdrops were a welcome sight.
Auralie - NY Zone 5

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