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Monday, March 07, 2022

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Elizabeth

Good morning, Linda! I love seeing the first three pictures of your winter garden -- the structure is so readily apparent. You and Mark have built such a beautiful garden together. But that last picture is sublime. Like nature hit the snooze button. I like winter; I'm not not quite ready for it to be over yet. Spring will be here soon enough.

Barbara H.

Yes, we are having up and down weather too. Warm nights, warmer days and a few nights coming in a week of nights in the 20s, just in time to zap all those new leaves putting out. I know the water line area looks bad but oh, it could be much worse.

Linda Brazill

ELIZABETH — You're right, it does look gorgeous this morning. And the snow means I can relax again instead of thinking that it's almost time to get out there and clean up. ​

Linda Brazill

BARBARA — I need to keep reminding myself that it definitely could be a lot worse where the workmen were digging. And nothing fills in faster than those Geraniums. Next year you won't know that anything ever happened there.

Kris P

Ugh indeed! The weather yo-yo seems to be something many of us across the country have in common this winter, even if it manifests in different forms. Hopefully, you'll get a slow, gentle melt to reveal the snowdrops as the month proceeds.

Beth@PlantPostings

The roller coaster of March is challenging, but I find it much easier than the extended cold, cold, cold of February. Dang rabbits. Thankfully, the snow is melting fast.

Linda Brazill

KRIS — I guess the upside is that I want to plant some poppy seeds and it suggests scattering them on fresh snow!​

Linda Brazill

BETH — Yes, I don't want that cold weather back again.

Kathy from Cold Climate Gardening

Oh, I'm sorry about the rabbit damage. We are having the same yo-yo weather here. Ha! You take pictures of where the snow melts last; I take pictures of where the snow melts first. Bulbs planted there will bloom soonest.

danger garden

Oh that mess left by the water workers! Second only to the rabbit damage, and more snow. I am sorry. I hope your spring (when it arrives) is so lovely that this is all forgotten.

Linda Brazill

KATHY — do tend to know where the snow melts first, but I am curious to see what;s happening now that a few trees have been removed. Trying to figure out where to put my new snowdrops and add more spring bulbs.

Linda Brazill

DANGER — Big change in the temps coming next week so I may see some early flowers.

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