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Re: Spring is coming!

Robins do not leave here in the winter, and I'm not sure bluebirds leave or 
not.  At any rate we have lots of them (bluebirds) around now.  This morning I 
"rearranged" the yard like most people rearrange furniture.  Planted trees: 1 
saw-toothed oak, 1 sycamore, 1 pawlonia, 2 oaks of unknown origin, 1 sassafras 
and 3 KY coffee trees.  I have a bald cypress to pick up and plant this 
afternoon.  All the trees are small, and half of them came up on my flower beds.  I 
bought the coffee trees, and the saw-toothed oak and the cypress were gifts.  
Also moved some althea and viburnum to better locations.  I'm sure Bambi will 
appreciate the new menu. :-)

zone 7
West TN

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