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Tuesday, March 28, 2023


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What a delightful soft green vase. Love the touch of red! Perfect for a spring bouquet, which is hopefully coming soon.

Linda Brazill

GINNY — I think gardeners generally fixate on the weather. I certainly do. And it's not like I don't know what spring is like in the Upper Midwest. I have winter projects and some deep housecleaning I kept thinking I'd do over the winter that are still undone. But I want spring. I don't want to be stuck in the house any longer.


I remember March in Madison. Umbrellas, slush and snow, often on the same day. Yuck. I love weather, but March was never my favorite month. It’s not that extreme out here in the PNW and the field daffodils are blooming, but there still are a few days left in the month, so a few weather surprises may still happen!

Kris P

I wish I could hand off some flowers to you, Linda! Hopefully, you'll enjoy a nice, if slow, warm-up over the next 10 days. We have another cold atmospheric river headed our way. It should arrive overnight but right now the skies are blue and there's not a cloud to be seen.

Linda Brazill

CHRISTINE — You would think I could just be calm and wait for real spring to get here. But the close it gets, the more anxious i am for it to arrive. 

danger garden

That vase! I love it. I think you deserve a bouquet from the market.

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