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Seedlings, Blooms, Plants

In Gardening on Friday, April 10, 2009 at 8:32 am

The recent cold snap was brutal to a lot of plants.  Our azaleas, which normally have heavy pink blooms are looking pretty measly this year. A few hostas received some damage, as did the potatoes and lettuce, and a few asparagus spears. 

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I fully expect these plants will make a comeback.    I’ll let you know.

Have you planted any tomato seeds or do you have plants ready for the garden?  It looks like we’ll be able to get those planted out soon.

If you have seedlings coming up in milk jugs or small containers, repot them to something larger.  Those roots need room to grow!  Be sure to protect them from all the wind we’ve been having.

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What’s blooming in your yard?  I still have some tulips blooming and the creeping phlox is popping out. And one of my favorites…Star of Bethlehem which is sprinkled everywhere.blog-302

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It’s still not too late to start some lettuce, or other greens.   Are you trying it this year?  It’s really easy.

And we’ll be at church on Saturday night.  Why not attend a less populated church service than your normal one this weekend and leave your seat for someone who only comes at Easter?

What are your Easter plans?  We have family coming over Sunday afternoon and will have an egg hunt with all 6 grands. (may be indoors if it rains!) (a pic of the grands from last year) 

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May my heart be filled with the overwhelming Love of a Father who would sacrifice his only son….for me.

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Robin

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  1. awww! I love that picture! So so precious! Just think next Easter you’ll have another little one in the picture!!!

    I have planted nothing. The thought of having a garden sounds exciting. But that is usually as far as I get…a fleeting thought!

    Jonathan wants to have a raised bed. Is that what it is called? Maybe next year! 😉

  2. Sweet grands!! Can’t wait to see pic from this year. We are spending Easter with family in GA. Heading to the farm tomorrow for family egg hunt. Good times!

  3. We will be at church this weekend. Loving on people!

    We get to go to my parents in Stillwater on Saturday for lunch.

    We will be going to the Knox’s April 25th for Easter with them!

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