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CountryDew

The warm weather spoils us quickly, doesn't it?

Robert

What a great teaser for what's to come! I too spent the weekend shooting flowers. I was hoping to find more tulips but for some reason, there was not an abundance as there was last time I did this. I'm looking forward to what you post for WW. In the meantime, this one is wonderful.

colleen

Remember last year at this time? http://www.looseleafnotes.com/notes/2007/04/tour_de_jour.html (see last photo) The tulips got snowed on and froze. The cold killed the budding blossoms and we got no apples. I always feel impatient this time of year to plant everything but have to worry whether it's worth it. I'm happy to see flowers again.

bevson

Nah, you won't loose the peas. They are extremely hardy--well, I guess depending on where you are.

Tink *~*~*

ooo, pretty! I posted flowers this Wordless Wednesday, too - come visit!

http://mymobileadventures.blogspot.com

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