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Open Thread: Sunday Morning Garden Chat

Our lilacs are blooming. This is wonderful, because yay! LILACS!... but then again, in this area the lilacs are supposed to bloom around Mother’s Day. The daffodils are still going strong, and the earliest irises are just blooming. I mean, it’s nice that the creeping phlox is color-coordinating, but I never expected to have the [...]
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