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Here’s mine from last March. Coming very soon.

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You know it's spring when you get the barbie out! This was a few days ago!
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Giving the staff a few hours off in the sunshine
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Love is in the air
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Makes one want to get planting
 
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Today I saw the first Butterburs (Petasites hybrides) appearing, here on the waterside, between the still dormant reeds. 18 Februari, I think that's early.

 
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ewwwww dead of winter



huzzah its spring.   With some kind of a nest, last year.  Now it's the endpoint of a 1 m high hugel I did this past fall

 
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