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Spring, it takes so long!

Spring is arriving here in my neck of the woods.  My bulbs are blooming.

It’s kind of been warmer, but those winds are still chilly and I heard we might get an inch of snow tomorrow.

Meanwhile inside,

my seedlings have been transplanted for the first time.  That tomato? (the plant on the right.) It’s one of the seeds I harvested from last year’s crop.  That’s a first for me.  And here is my annual before picture of my garden.20170329_133253.jpg

Planted in there are some radish seeds, kale, broccoli, spinach and lettuce.  Also, new this year if they come up are some purple poppies by the name of “Lauren’s Poppy” which is perfect.

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