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It's not supposed to be this warm.
Ok so i'm very disappointed I planted a whole slew of bulbs back in october and the Anemones I planted (due to the extended warm weather) have started to grow. So needless to say I probably won't have any in the spring. The other bulbs thank goodness have not shown themselves.
On one of these unusually warm Dec. days my husband started on the privet along our other fence. We found some ceder saplings so we left them for now. He really wants some sort of privacy plant, so I think we will move them in the spring. Leaving room between each for some other type of plant like a Hydrangea, remember I love them. I know they grow slow but they smell so nice a look very pretty.
We will tackle the privet stumps then too. I want him to just pop for a stump grinder to come out, but we will cross that bridge when we get to it.
I am still weighing all my options about the wall that I want a vine on, and I think it is driving him nuts. He keeps on with Virginia Creeper, but i'm trying to get away from invasive plants. The yard needs lots of work and I don't want to add more work by having to keep plants in check, more than I have too. Well I hope all of your Christmases are jolly and bright.
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Merry Xmas to you also faunsnyder and a happy 2008 gardening year.
How I wish we were having an unusually warm December too. Instead we have temperatures of -12 degrees here in Scotland. We went out in the car yesterday and found that a bottle of water had frozen solid in the glove compartment!!
Funny thing, weather. Our ski areas are doing happy dances due to the record snowfalls!
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