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Re: More crazy weather

And I have some species tulips coming up! Arghhhh!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Dec 29, 2006, at 9:02 AM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:

> This crazy season goes on week after week with temperatures in the  
> 40s and
> low 50s during the day and low 30s at night.  We had one cold snap  
> in early
> December that lasted   only two days.  Now it's predicted to rain  
> for New
> Year's.   The worrisome thing is that my bulbs are up several  
> inches.  This
> morning I noticed that the Hellebore outside the downstairs window has
> flower stalks up about three inches.  The quince outside my kitchen  
> window
> has buds showing color.  I will bring some in today to force, but  
> they are
> already about to open.  More disturbing is that I do not see any  
> buds on the
> dogwoods, and usually they form in the fall.  There was an  
> unusually heavy
> crop of berries in the fall, but I can't see any buds formed.  Who  
> knows
> what sort of spring there will be, or what will happen before we  
> get there!
> Auralie
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