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And I bet you are still enjoying them Maryrob.Thank you laura, Gary and Monica.LOL Monica, when I started reading your comment. I thought you were calling me honey. I bet your back yard will be lovely when it is done.
Yes we are honey, you can be sure of that! That being said to my husband Gary who is one comment below me, to those of you who don't know, we're married! L.O.L. Oh, Oh is right! I sure hope they survive it Sandy! I'll pray for all of your new sprouts! Covering them up is a good idea! Good luck with them. Hugs, Monica
Wow! So soon? I'm not quite ready for this! We're going to be spending a fortune this spring redoing our whole back yard! Yikes! Great pic Sandy, thanks...Gary
That is amazing, chickie! We don't have any of this up here. Very good shot!
Yes,I did bring some inside.Made a little bouquet for my diningroom table.
If mine were blooming, I'd bring a few inside to enjoy. :)Thank you Maryrob and robryan.
Sounds like there are lots of confused plants & animals around chickie - the weather is definitely weird!!
They are in full bloom in my back yard now,been blooming for about 2 weeks.It is said that it always snow on the daffodills.it is supposed to be in the teens and 20s here tomorrow night so MAYBE it will snow.Thanks chickie
That is strange and I live farther north.If those robins eat any fermented ones on the ground warbler, they will get drunk. It is a very funny sight.
Just keep your soap chips handy :-) A flock of about 35 robins flew in my yard today, at the front of the weather front and ate all the berries off the Hawthorne tree I've been photographing. They were starving wildlife. Thanks Chickie.
Your growth is higher then mine chickster.
Yes Jack.Bet your are right snooker.Yep, this weather is crazy Suzy.
We were -8 a week ago. In the 50's today. Cold is heading our way again after the rain. No wonder the poor little green things are confused!
Lots of green there. (typo maybe shoots)
the start of a beautiful period nounced themselves
Yep, it's now Graciela.You tell 'em Suzy.
Oh morris, hope you have plenty of firewood left.
Calling for a high of 9 on Friday, here.
Wow, and they are a few inches tall already!!Was 62 yesterday and it is 28 now. CaRaazy!!!
GO BACK TO SLEEP!!!!!
No way! is this for real now?
What are soots gnt?Thank you for your comments Celeste and fodus.
fresh soots now ???
They will survive as they might bend over from the cold but will straighten up in time.
I got some of these in my yard trying to come up now as well. I think its a bit too early and hope they make it . Same temps here Chickie.. my flower bed outside is a mess.. giggles
You are welcome Hanne.
Ohhh they are fast!! I just saw our first aconities and snowdrops today, veeeery small!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
We are supposed to get down to 14 deg. tomorrow night and 28 deg. for a high on Friday.Yes they are Dottie. I think I will cover them for a couple days. It was 71 deg. here yesterday! This weather is crazy!
Looks like some little daffodils (are they daffodils?) are anxious to bloom. Hope the cold doesn't get them! Thanks, Chickie!
It's too early! I looked at our flower garden just now, chickie, and the same thing happened! Now it's 28F and spitting snow!