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    Spring flowers

    I love spring and today whilst working in some of my customers garden's, I grabbed a few pics with my new phone


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    I see your Spring is much more advanced than mine here in New England!

    Right now we have only the earliest bloomers and most of our trees don't even have leaves yet!

    Looks gorgeous though! Love the stringy looking purple ones (2nd from bottom).
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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by JRLongton View Post
    I see your Spring is much more advanced than mine here in New England!

    Right now we have only the earliest bloomers and most of our trees don't even have leaves yet!

    Looks gorgeous though! Love the stringy looking purple ones (2nd from bottom).
    That purple one is a perennial corn flower


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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by JRLongton View Post
    I see your Spring is much more advanced than mine here in New England!

    Right now we have only the earliest bloomers and most of our trees don't even have leaves yet!

    Looks gorgeous though! Love the stringy looking purple ones (2nd from bottom).
    Right!?!?? I'm just starting to see some of my perennials poke through the soil.

    My trees are still bare. It's been chilly lately, but the on again/off again rain is helping. My lawn needs mowing.
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    Re: Spring flowers

    Thanks everyone.
    We had one of the warmest Aprils since records began so all the trees and flowers have burst early this year, we didn't have much rain at all in April, which is really unusual for the uk

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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Thanks everyone.
    We had one of the warmest Aprils since records began so all the trees and flowers have burst early this year, we didn't have much rain at all in April, which is really unusual for the uk

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    What is your average yearly rainfall there? We've had a wet year here so far...we've already had half of our average yearly total, with a lot of rain coming tonight
    & in the coming days. I've been busy in my yard lately, getting everything mowed & trimmed...I love my rechargeable-battery (Neuton) mowers, but they don't do
    very well in wet grass.

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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Thanks everyone.
    We had one of the warmest Aprils since records began so all the trees and flowers have burst early this year, we didn't have much rain at all in April, which is really unusual for the uk

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    Iím over here in Chicago (cook county). We had a couple of beautiful days, was fortunate enough even to enjoy a bike ride. It hit low 70ís. I thought spring was here ....then the last two weekends it snows. Lmao
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    Re: Spring flowers

    Awwww Spring!! I can smell those flowers from here. I wish spring would show up here in Toronto Canada..Its rainy and still a bit chilly I would love some warmer weather so I can get out and plant some of beautiful flowers but maybe not this year. Thanks for sharing ..
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