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Today’s Flowers: Early Spring
Ruby Tuesday Firetruck
Visit the Rutgers Agricultural Museum in New Brunswick via this post.
East Meets West?
In Which Graham Gudgin (originally of Britain, now of Edison) hosts Hannah (originally of U.S., now of Israel)
Recipes for Pesach
Nature Notes: Buds
Creating a Calendar Icon in Photoshop
What Do You See?
Examine a child’s drawing. Fun participatory game!
Elsewhere in the Blogosphere
Enjoy the lovely striped crocuses with orange stamen that grow in front of my home.
I also have white crocuses that popped up recently next to my sidewalk.
The first periwinkle has shown its purplish blue petals on the side of my house.
This is a fun bunch of purple crocuses that emerged under my climbing rose bush.
My neighbor just showed me where the deer have already nibbled at his (and my) tulips.
The pink markings show where the deer nibbled (upper left) and the deer hoof (bottom right). I am thinking of buying blood meal. Other deer-friendly scare tactics welcome.
Such a joy that my neighbor’s crocuses are blooming! (Two points for anyone who can pluralize crocus in a different way, without looking it up in Google, no cheating!)
For some reason the orange ones have opened up before the purples.
A few of the crocuses have stripes!
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