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The Weekly Gardener - March 9 - Inside and out

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colors of the garden

23rd March 2015 by francis rosenfeld

Spring finally decided to grace us with its presence and all I have to say is “Meh!” Not too hot, not too cold, just like the proverbial porridge, and way too late. The garden proceeds according to its own schedule and will look quite pretty when the cheerful daffodils, hyacinths and grape hyacinths bloom. Read more…

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why spring is my favorite season

16th March 2015 by francis rosenfeld

Spring didn’t come early this year, the daffodils and hyacinths are still struggling with the cold weather.

Last year around this time the grass was sprinkled with violets, the sky was blue and temperatures rose to the high sixties. Read more…

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garden stories

9th March 2015 by francis rosenfeld

I don’t remember spring in my grandfather’s garden. I can clearly see the hyacinths, the lily of the valley, the pansies, but I don’t remember spring. Time in my grandfather’s garden was set to perpetual summer.

All I remember is warmth and sunshine, thunderous summer downpours, the coos of the doves. Read more…

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