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April 08, 2007

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Crafty Green Poet

I'm going to have to read this to my rabbit! She'll love it!

GreenmanTim

They are certainly not invasive, as they outcompete nothing but occupy the same space as introduced horticultural specimens for a brioef period and have not become naturalized in minimally managed habitats. Even with robust "seed" production, dispersal appears to take place indoors at the kitchen table or in grade-school lunchboxes.

Jenn

Had to say it out loud twice but then I got it and HAAAAAA! ;-D

GreenmanTim

We have very brave croci beginning to unfurl, and brown tipped daffodils that came out in January before we settled down to our regularly scheduled winter weather. I'd say the bulbs are 10-12 days behind where they were last year, despite the weird warm December and 1st part of January. There is probably a 3 week difference between this cold part of NW CT and you in NJ.

Glad to see the bunnies in your house when I stop by your blog for my midweek bunny fix. :-)

Laura

Must be very cold there as that forsythia isn't showing even a hint of color yet!

I like your gumdrop tradition - sounds fun. Except for the bits of bark.

;-)

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