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Wednesday, February 07, 2018

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Kristin

A mystery bookstore?! Yet another reason to wish we still lived in Madison...at least PART of the year!

Frank

Plant of the year? How exciting! After a couple years of saying it's silly of me to keep adding more I decided I don't care! I pick them up whenever I can, plant them wherever they fit, and love the show each spring. Lots of tulips is the one good thing about gardening on soil which closely resembles the thin, droughty, dirt of their native haunts.

Peter/Outlaw

Tulips are one of the joys of spring! Your arrangement is glorious and beautifully illustrates the blending of tulips and perennial foliage. Good to know that 2018 is the year of the tulip. I'll have to throw some more in the ground in the fall!

Lisa at Greenbow

I planted a few tulips last fall. I can't wait to see if they come up. I even thought to put fencing over it so the squirrels couldn't dig them up. I have one clump of white tulips that come back year after year. They never reproduce but that is ok. I am always happy to see them. Seeing these tulips makes me long for spring even more.

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