Lisa Diller – The Petaled Garden
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Author: Lisa Diller

early spring flower growth, flowers in snow

Come on Spring!

  March is a month of anticipation…when is the snow going to melt?  When can we get into the field?  Is it going to be a wet spring?  March is also a month of excitement for the season to come and seeing all your plans come to fruition.  As the cold, dark days of winter start to abate, and the snow begins to melt, a walk around the farm reveals early signs of spring.  The birds are becoming more active, the hellebores are about 3 inches tall, and the spring bulbs are waking up under their insulated layer of snow and soil. Inside, the first round of hardy annuals are germinating, the dahlia tubers are...

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