.....but here in the drought-stricken northwest, I've had crocus and iris
reticulata blooming for several weeks - and my town is a cold zone 6.
Seriously, we could use all the snow you're having and more - otherwise, our
forests are going to burn like matchsticks all summer long. But instead we
are having one warm sunny day after another. I've been watering my lawn and
shrubs for the past two weeks.
Well, some of us don't really mind. We have lots of water here and the
only drawback to that is the likely mosquito population boom next
summer. I can wait for that.
We just have to get used to the rhythm of the seasons where we are. This
is the anxiously waiting season in New England.
Eh, it's been in the 80s down here for a lot of the winter. Most days don't go
below 65 and just about everything which has foliage is blooming all winter this
year. Strange year. We've had double the normal rain last year, and for this
year we are way ahead to date.
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