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First Week of March

The first week of March has been up and down weather wise. I am not complaining though because there are flashes of color in the garden now. I just have to get out to look at it. The hellebores have been happy with the turbulent weather. They don't care if the sky is blue or grey. They open and show their pretty faces. All of these are well established. Nothing much in the line of weather will deter them once they decide it is time to bloom.
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