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Re: Spring has sprung y'all

Your gardens sound gorgeous, Pam!  They certainly cheer me up & give me hope!

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

"We don't do enough to exploit renewable energy resources."

In a message dated 3/11/2004 6:29:26 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:
For those of you in snowier environs, close your eyes and take a stroll
w/ moi. Up front - roses and Wild Thing salvias budding to beat the
band. Scabiosa, oxalis, muscari, iphieons, irises, daffodils, French
lavender, violas, pansies all in bloom. Red bed tree budding out. Trees
just starting to leaf out. Out back to the sanctuary.

Birdies everywhere. Spring bulbs all going bonkers, rosemary and winter
honeysuckle blooming their heads off. Blue & white bed in it's Spring
finest. Little four o'clocks and bluebonnets coming up all over. Even
one of the coreopsis is blooming. Garlic is going nuts. New growth on
nearly everything. Doublefile viburnum starting to get leaves. Cannas
starting to roll. Lasagna bed all ready for peppers, basil and cosmos by
April first wearing a nice pretty coat of fresh homemade compost. Ah,
this is the life. Stayed out 'til well past dark since it's supposed to
rain for two days. Whole kitchen sink full of the High Country Gardens
order that came in today. Does it get any better than this??

Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A

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