Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Alone of its kind, we found one fringed florist's anemone in bloom, amidst the tall grass. It stands out very well against the allium leaves and the dormant lawn. This is a returnee. We've seen no other buds on any of the ranunculus or anemone plants. Some of the leaves of both types have been tinged with pink because of changes in the sugars in them caused by temperatures in the low thirties. We are seeing the first fat bud stalks rising up from the Montopolis and Bastrop narcissus.


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