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Thursday, April 13, 2017


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Lisa at Greenbow

I spied them before you said where they were. I think it is great fun to see these little signs of life. It is one of the things that lure me out into the garden day after day. I keep staring at blank places knowing one day there will be a sign of life.

Linda Brazill

I keep looking at a couple of spots that i redid last fall, trying to remember what's there. Nothing to see yet but I am sure it is packed with plants. I have to remind myself that this is early for Wisconsin to be seeing too many things popping up.


Very exciting to see your babies doing well! I'm predicting that they'll flourish for you and bloom gloriously in a year or two!

Beth @ PlantPostings

Yes, that special joy of seeing the little plant babies emerge (I know: I'm a plant nerd, and my neighbors probably wonder what I'm doing out there looking at the soil in the garden. Oh well.) Congrats on your new baby Peonies. I like that combination with the Trilliums!

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