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SPRING HAS POPPED!  YELLOW IS THE STORY THIS WEEK

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Forsythia hedge on Rt. 9 taken  this morning.  These bushes looks so nice planted in mass and left to grow natural.  The forsythia likes full sun or light shade.  Pruning is the key in keeping it looking nice.  Pruning should be down after blooming.  Check out this site to learn how to prune the forsythia.

 

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Daffodils are one of my favorite old fashioned bulb.  Every home I have lived in I plant lots of these bulbs because they are long-lived and cheer me up in early spring.

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I took the photo on the left on Feb 17, 2013 and today this is what it looks like. Unfortunately , the Magnolia tree usually fall victim to late spring frost.  So enjoy the blooms now before the cold spell this weekend.

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