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In spite of the still cool weather I’ve decided to get on…
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It’s actually sunny right now, but still not as warm as it…
It must have been 10 years ago (at least) when I planted…
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Although it remains pretty cool, it is getting to be that time.…
That snow and sleet were a bit of a shock weren’t they?…
Last night there were two squares of moonlight on my bedroom carpet.…
It is February 1, as I write this, and it is a beautiful day, although still cold, but things are beginning to show definite signs of life.
I sincerely hope none of you rushed to grab your secateurs, don a coat and tear outside to chop off your clematis. This cutting off only applies to some clematis, those that bear their flowers on new growth produced this spring. Some clematis simply can’t survive such a dramatic pruning. I speak from unhappy experience.
The snow that we had last week is now gone, save for a few browning lumps on corners of streets. It is so pretty when it first comes, and so shabby after several days, and so treacherous while it’s on the sidewalks. I understand there is more to come, so keep warm m’dears.