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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Hayles66, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. J. A.

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    Glad to help. :)

    My mother had a winter rose in her front yard. She had brought it from Styria, some time ago.
    They are beautiful when they're blooming.
     
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    So beautiful--We also have had quite warm weather as of late. I've noticed things starting to "grow" until yesterday when the temps dipped down below 0. We have had a second snowfall today, which didn't add to much...but now the roads are quite slick. So...so much for any sight of green for a while! :(
     
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    I'm not sure how far north these grow. I was zone 6B, with the new map now zone 7. (there are some reasons to love global warming.) but they always bloom in the winter. I am amazed anew every year.

    Bobbi
     
  4. Hayles66

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    I'm back! Now Xmas is over I'm getting into Spring mode so will be looking at some new ideas in the garden.
     
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    Nice to see you back Hayley, hope you had a great Christmas/New Year break! Getting into Spring mode? Which reminds me to make the most of summer here as I'm going to get into autumn (fall) mode soon enough and then winter brrrr.
    Andrew


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    January and February, I'm in full on winter mode, turning the heat up snuggling under a quilt and reading garden catalogs. Glad to see you here, Hayles. Sounds like you'll need a quilt soon, Andrew.
     
  7. Hayles66

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    Oh goodness! Was it really two years ago? It's springtime again here in UK. Lots of flowers and bulbs ordered.
     
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    Welcome back, Hayles. Been wondering where you got to.
     
  9. Hayles66

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    Hello Kevin, how are you doing? Yes, lots been happening over here. Lovely to hear from you and the rest of us old timers
     
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    Hi Hayles....Nice to see you back :)

    Hope all is well with you.
     

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