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    Default some pictures of jan 25

    DSCN9989.jpgDSCN9990.jpgDSCN9991.jpgDSCN9992.jpgDSCN9993.jpgDSCN9995.jpgDSCN9996.jpgDSCN9997.jpgDSCN9998.jpgDSCN9999.jpgDSCN9994.jpghere ssome picturesogf helleborus. The last one is of is very nice scrub salmon/orange flowers the one befor it is a armandii and I could not see if it was a leafbud or a flowerbud .The berrie still ae. then some Snowdrops

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    Won't be long now Roelie!

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    Wow, so early there? Can't wait for more photos.

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    yes I also thought early but ater mary lou showed I also took a look

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    So we have to wait - not so long time! I could do without February - better March!

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    I could do March and first part of April year round when I don't have to deal with allergies!! Come on spring!! We are starting to see
    spring flowers coming up too. Way to early for us as they say more snow could fall in February this year.

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    Hello,

    Last weekend it looked a bit frozen, but from today, temperatures will go to 8 degrees C

    Flower buds were visible.

    The show will start soon.

    Nice weekend and enjoy the garden.


    Greetings

    Gert-Jan
    Achel (BE)
    Last edited by ansem; 01-27-2017 at 04:19 AM.

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    I have a long wait, until April. Nice to see a start of spring!

    Greetings Gert-Jan, your picture (attachment) I cannot view?

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    thank you I mailt you already about it. All looks very green near you

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    roelie your plants are more advanced than mine.

 

 

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