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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Garden Tour Thursday

IZA:  I am delighted to announce our first Garden Tour of the year.  We have CROCUSES.
 All over...
We had ta chase the Evil Skwerels away.  They eat the crocus flowers.
But many survived...
Some they dont notice...
And some seem to be too  "dangerous".  Cuz WE see them.
But there are LOTS this year.  Maybe the snow helped.
 And the daffodils are coming up!
Now lets go inside out of the windyness.  We have Toona and turkey!

17 comments:

  1. I'm always so happy to see the crocus bloom. Spring can't be far behind!

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  2. The crocuses are pretty. I keep the Evil Skwerels away from the flowers here, but the Evil Mousies go underground and eat the bulbs. I have to catch them to save the flowers.

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  3. Look at all the pretty blooms! Spring is springing!

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  4. Hooray, signs of Spring!!!

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  5. Yay! Your garden is coming back to life!

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  6. Those flowers are beautiful. Fabulous gardening by TBT. Fabulous tour guiding by Iza.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  7. It looks like Spring has sprung ! Pretty crocuses ! Purrs

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  8. You are way ahead of us with Spring.

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  9. Uh oh. Your croakies remind my mom of those Cadbury Easter Eggs. Now she's going to be foraging for a substitute--I sure hope she doesn't eat any of *our* food!

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  10. It's wonderful to see blooms appearing!

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  11. Yep, spring is here. Our flowers are coming up too. Virginger and Glimmer are back to give reports.

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  12. Yay! We can't wait to see what your garden holds this year!

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  13. Essas pequenas flores são muito bonitas, finalmente a Primavera chegou para vocês!

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  14. Crocuses! Wes LOVES them! And yours are lovely!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  15. So pretty! Spring really is coming!

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  16. We have those here, too...but not yet...we has to be patient some more weeks...our south exposed daffodils are popping up,but if we get a hard freeze we will not be seeing their purrty yellow double blooms...

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  17. They have mutiliated mommy;s tulips. Oh it hurts her to see them up there mowing them down for no reason.

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