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Old April 7, 2018   #1
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Default What's blooming now?

Nun's Orchid and Shrimp Plant.

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Default Begonia and Foxglove

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Default Misc. pots

I planted two of the large pots with gladiolus bulbs. I hope they bloom. This was taken about 2 weeks ago. The ferns along the fence died back b/c of a rare hard freeze where it got down to an unheard of 20 degrees. They are just now starting to come back from the roots. Donna
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Daffodils and crocus and 2" of snow tomorrow...
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Default Pointsettia

I can't kill these. This one has survived since Christmas 2016. What flowers, trees, shrubs, and whatever is blooming for you guys?

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Spookyshoe those are all gorgeous!
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Default Flowering trees yet?

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Daffodils and crocus and 2" of snow tomorrow...
I heard on the news today that the cherry blossoms in DC are at their peak.

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Nothing is really blooming here, seems like a month behind last year. No cherries, magnolia, no forthsia no dandelion... no morels YET!
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Pink "Knockout" rose and yellow miniature rose.

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Default Impatiens in planter, pineapple sage

They'll grow a lot as time goes on. The elephant ears are coming back from the roots of the mother plant which died back the abnormally cold winter.

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Default Confederate Jasmine

This is a very young plant. Blooms are quite fragrant. Bees like.

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I sure am glad that someone has flowers. I look out the window and am still seeing snow...
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Donna, your roses are insanely vibrant! All your flowers look very nice.
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Nothing growing in the ground yet. A white narcissus is blooming on my balcony. Smells wonderful, but too strong for indoors.

Edit. Found a pic and description..
https://www.gardenia.net/plant/narci...ouble-daffodil
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Default For those with no blooms.....

Courage ( pronounced with French accent)!!!! Your day in the sun is coming!

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