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Spring in the Ozarks...

This is a discussion on Spring in the Ozarks... within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; Here is a shot of my 'Bleeding Heart'. Spring is just about here -plant wise ...

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    Default Spring in the Ozarks...

    Here is a shot of my 'Bleeding Heart'.

    Spring is just about here -plant wise that is! I cannot wait till I can start growing my tropicals out on the deck again! I planted these last year and well here they are again. Enjoy!

    Cheers!
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    Very pretty, BD!

    You're way ahead of us here. But spring is coming. My lillies are the first up, but we've just got bulbs blooming too.

    Julie

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    Those are really lovely... don't know if I've come across them before... really unusual flowers...

    As for spring... I envy you all up north! Starting to get the 12 degrees celsius night... eugh

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    What spell do you use ? I have tried to grow Bleeding Hearts , I plant them they RIP. forever . Yours are so pretty . Gin

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    Huh...maybe the climate, Gin? I always had them at my house (when I had a house...) Two types. One cultivated and a rarer, wild one. They just came up year after year.

    Julie

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