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Spring has Sprung, They Say

Azalea Blossoms

Azalea Blossoms

Today is March 20th and the first day of Spring. We’ve been remiss in these cold weather months to keep detailed notes on our garden plants because normally, nothing exciting happens in South Carolina winters. Leaves fall, pinecones fall. That’s about it. However, this winter, we had ice. I’ll show you some pictures in an upcoming post. It was amazing to see this type of ice sitting on our plants, but they all managed to survive.

 

Since today is the first official day of spring, I took a few snapshots of our newly sprouted azalea flowers. Nobody has told our dogwoods yet about spring, but our azaleas are starting to get the word out. So, are your plants realizing that spring has official sprung?

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