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www.larksperennials.com EARLY SPRING GARDENS 2009
In Wisconsin zone 4/5 there is not too much blooming. You have to understand we get very excited with the first signs of Spring. Daffodils blooming, birds are singing and the SNOW has FINALLY melted. I am now in the gardens around 8 hours daily. This is FUN for me, I am newly retired and enjoying my hobby. I hope you enjoy your stroll through my yard. Come and check out my website. If you enjoy gardening join in on my forum www.larksperennials.com
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