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Sunday, March 26, 2023


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Sounds like you're a lot more patient than I am. I always figure we'll get snow in March and April, but the amount we got on Saturday was crazy (and record-setting for any day in March). I was crabby. Of course, there wasn't anything I could do about it, but I'm admitting I was crabby. ;-) Anyway, like yours, my snowdrops are/were blooming, and the Hellebores were starting to unfurl from their rest. Happy spring anyway!

Barbara H.

I think you nailed it, from my memories of long ago living in snow states.

Kris P

Ugh! Sorry that your late snowfall stopped spring in its tracks - and that you had to miss attending your textile workshop in person. I hope this is the last snow you see before spring takes over.

Susie at pbmGarden

The snow looks beautiful but it clearly is an unwelcome visitor at this time of year. Hope spring finds you soon, Linda!

danger garden

We had flakes falling from the sky multiple times over the weekend, thankfully no accumulation. Well, except for when what they're calling graupel fell, that had everything white for several hours. I am so done with winter.


Oh my! What a drag... Sorry you're having to tolerate this.

Kathy from Cold Climate Gardening

It's a very hard time of year. Wishing you a speedy thaw.

Linda Brazill

I think gardeners generally fixate on the weather. I certainly do. So thank you for being polite and letting me rant!

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