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What's wrong with this picture?  It's northern Illinois, in March, and my
plantigineas are poking out of the ground!  And they're not alone!  Some of
my big blues from Olga P. are sprouted including Niagara Falls.  I have my
fingers crossed, big time.

Now in the greenhouse, that's expected.  I have containers including
Torchlight, Patriot, Krossa Regal, and others showing off their springtime
colors.  They look great!!!

Ain't spring grand?

Floyd Rogers
Betsy & Floyd Rogers
Butterfield Gardens
(877) GRDN CTR

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