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Spring is planning her coming out party in ETN, Zone 7 or 6+...daffodils
are beginning to bloom, forsythia in warm spots, buds fatter and fuller
on all trees and bushes, lilies peeking up through the mulch, maples'
red crowns in saucy display, even an occasional creeping phlox
blossom...some insects flying about and the birds becoming very
territorial at the feeders instead of their deep cold cooperation.
Winter usually gives us a cold slap in the face sometime during March
but evidence of spring can't be denied.

Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN

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