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Tuesday, April 13, 2021


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Kris P

Wow, you've got a lot of peonies to look forward to! My Majorcan and Itoh peonies have foliage but there's no sign whatsoever of buds on either :(


Your peonies look great! Mine are popping up, too, so I covered them... along with the rhubarb and a few other things. These cold snaps after warm weather can be so frustrating.

Susie at pbmGarden

Looking great! I see buds but no color yet.

Barbara H.

Keeping my fingers crossed for a safe journey through lower temps for your plants. It looks like you will have a great peony display if all goes well. I was just telling my sister this morning that garden elves and fairies have been busy moving plants around in my garden as I look at blooming irises where I know I didn't plant them.

danger garden

Weird weather all around! Last Saturday night we sat a new record low for the day of 32 and this coming Saturday is predicted to hit 85. We don't normally see those kinds of temperature swings. I hope your beautiful peonies will be okay!

Linda Brazill

Luckily it only got down to 34°F last night but the temps day and night are lower than I would prefer. No damage and keeping my fingers crossed!

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