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Old 01-28-2014, 09:18 PM   #21
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On the bright side Ground Hog day is next week and that means 6 or 4 more weeks of winter depending on that Groundhog in Dap's Backyard.
Hmm... Wouldn't that be cool to see that groundhog again? I can't guarantee he'll be out on February 2nd, but maybe he (or she) will come out as soon as the weather warms a bit.
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Old 01-29-2014, 05:58 AM   #22
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I'm with turttle on fall vs. spring planting. I don't worry about the woodies but I did plant some spring blooming woodland wildflowers last fall that I'm concerned about. Hopefully there is enough leaf cover over them to help them from frost heaving.
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