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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    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.

    We didnít even have much snow this year not like last year thanks goodness, Iíll probs jinx it it now and it wonít stop raining all summer.lol



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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    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.
    There's only a few trees with leaves on yet, the oakes Ash and chestnuts are still to open yet, it was only due to that warm spell in April that caused most of the maples, beech and birch to pop already

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    Re: Spring flowers

    Had to take a picture of this wisteria looks amazing as usual every spring. it's well over a 100yrs old, it's just round the corner from me and spans two old cottage fronts that are over 200yrs old

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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Had to take a picture of this wisteria looks amazing as usual every spring. it's well over a 100yrs old, it's just round the corner from me and spans two old cottage fronts that are over 200yrs old

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    Right? I got some pictures of my beardie with some a few weeks ago.


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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by TechnoCheese View Post
    Right? I got some pictures of my beardie with some a few weeks ago.


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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post

    We didnít even have much snow this year not like last year thanks goodness, Iíll probs jinx it it now and it wonít stop raining all summer.lol



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    Wow, I thought for sure you had more yearly rainfall than I do here (in the mid-south)...we average 45-46" per year. A bit soggy, lol...but it keeps us green.
    And so far this year, we're at 26.6" with more coming tonight...

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    At first I thought that was a wild beardie. I was like WTF.
    Nope! Completely captive bred


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    Beautiful pictures, I'm jealous that a lot of you have spring already, up here in Canada we still have snow, though it is mostly melted away, we still have some days where it freezes. This time of year you never know what to wear, could be a winter coat one day and the next just a sweater. I plan on making my first vegetable garden this year as it is my first year/summer living in my new home, before that was crappy apartments with just enough yard to park. I'm just glad the -40 degree weather is gone.
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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by Valyndris View Post
    Beautiful pictures, I'm jealous that a lot of you have spring already, up here in Canada we still have snow, though it is mostly melted away, we still have some days where it freezes. This time of year you never know what to wear, could be a winter coat one day and the next just a sweater. I plan on making my first vegetable garden this year as it is my first year/summer living in my new home, before that was crappy apartments with just enough yard to park. I'm just glad the -40 degree weather is gone.
    Good luck with the garden...my bro & his wife used to live in Duluth MN & I can remember them complaining that by the time their garden plants got close to producing
    their growing season ended... But be careful what you wish for, we have a long growing season in the South but the heat & humidity in summer are enough to make
    you wilt. I don't think I could take the cold like you have, but it's all what you get used to.

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    Re: Spring flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by Valyndris View Post
    Beautiful pictures, I'm jealous that a lot of you have spring already, up here in Canada we still have snow, though it is mostly melted away, we still have some days where it freezes. This time of year you never know what to wear, could be a winter coat one day and the next just a sweater. I plan on making my first vegetable garden this year as it is my first year/summer living in my new home, before that was crappy apartments with just enough yard to park. I'm just glad the -40 degree weather is gone.
    I really don't think I could cope with - 40 that's for sure when it got to - 17 a few winters ago was bad enough, hope spring arrives soon for you

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