March 11th, 2013

March 11th, 2013 by Sherri

Happy Monday! The extra sunshine in the greenhouse this weekend has opened up more of the Spreading Petuna blossoms.

I am expecting that the New Guinea Impatiens and the Lantana will be the next to open.

ONLY 9 MORE DAYS TILL SPRING!!

 

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