Re: spring..I hope
- Subject: Re: spring..I hope
- From: Larry McLain <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2002 20:06:56 -0700 (PDT)
Hello, Kris! I see that you are my neighbor to the south. I live in Grand Forks. Boy, this has been some weekend, hasn't it! If it stays like this, we should be planting in the gardens before long. I took out about three hundred hosta seedlings today, to get their first taste of the sun. I put them along the fence that I was working on, for a little protection from the wind. They were out for half the day, and really enjoyed it. We even had butterflies flying around the hostas that were blooming. What a perfect day, and no mosquitos! Nice to meet you neighbor! Larry
Kris Groberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Even up here in the frozen north..the thaw has hit.
Hostas are finally starting up.
We might even see an 80 this week.
Grass is even turning green.
I think everybody is outside playing...in the dirt, grass or what ever.
Now if somebody could tell my oaks to drop their leaves so lawn work could begin....
Hi Paula: Same here in Fargo, where it was about 65 today. Some hosta pips showing on the south side of the house. Last week I was at a seminar at Syracuse University in New York, where I had the real pleasure of seeing hellebores blooming on the campus. We don't have them up my way. Kris
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