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2016/03/17

Spring is here, things are starting to grow...

Dandelion flowers are coming up in the lawn (the bees will be so happy).
The blueberries are budding out.
Out of the 3 apple trees in the back yard, 2 have new shoots starting, 1 is completely dead.
The cold frame garden bed is done and L has her seedlings in there. We've extended the fenced garden area and added 3 new garden beds to make a total of 6 large and 1 thin/strawberry bed.
4 strawberry bundles from Wilco have been planted in their bed.

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