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RE: early arrivals - tree peonies

I am jealous--- still snow covered here, although the sun is finally
supposed to shine today... can't wait :)

Glad to hear that your project is almost done.... if you are like me,
bet you didn't think it would take that long....


> Spring is definitely coming here!  My bletilla orchids are starting to
> come
> up, I'm getting new growth on some perennials, lots and lots of my
> are
> coming up and more daffodils are blooming all the time.  Roses are
> new growth, pineapple sage is getting new growth and buds.  I bought a
> bunch
> of new bulbs/corms at Orchard supply today- will get them planted
> tomorrow.
> They had tree peonies, but only violet and pink- so I didn't get one.
> Besides, until I get this front yard finished its hard to imagine
> anything will go.
>  Also prepped for the gardenwall section that will go in next to the
> driveway.  Got all the sprinkler heads moved, and a shallow trench to
> the sand bed and place the blocks into.  Next weekend my neighbor is
> to bring home the chopsaw for me, so I can cut the corner blocks.  I
> finally see the light at the end of the tunnel! I hope it will be all
> in a few more weeks. (next weekend corners, weekend after that-
> wall, 3 weekends from now- last load of soil delivered and moved to
> it
> is needed).  At least that's the plan.
> Theresa
> Sac, CA zone 8-9 (where is was sunny and 60 today- perfect gardening
> weather!)

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