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Re: weather

Our spring started in February this year.  The good news is my Confederate 
Rose (Hibiscus mutabilis) is really big now, and it's usually just coming up 
about May 1.  Maybe I'll get lots of bloom time before our first frost in early 
November.  One of my peonies bloomed in early April -- way before the purple 
iris it's meant to compliment, and I think every seed from my perennials came 
up.  I pulled up oodles of them before going to the beach, and my effort at 
thinning doesn't even show!  I've got to get out there soon and pull up about a 
gazillion more!  Even the Snow on the Mountain has reseeded everywhere, and I 
didn't expect that.  The upside is it's nice to know that, at my age, I'm still 
naive about some things. <LOL>

zone 7
West TN

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