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Old 04-14-2005, 10:58 AM   #61
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Beautiful! I love tulips.
I planted some last year, and while they came up.... none bloomed....
I dont know whats up with that.
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This is called 'Trillium' and it likes shady, woody areas; it grew everywhere in the woods by my childhood home and it's one of my all-time favs.
Sweet!! Thanks!
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Beautiful pics everyone!!! Thanks for sharing. Keep em coming.
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Old 04-15-2005, 05:38 PM   #64
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Ok, here are a few more from me.
Another tuplip and a flowering plum bush.
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Ooooo, pretty! The third one is lilac? You now have to post a pic once it blooms.
Its blooming, and it smells sooooo good.
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Beautiful.

Mine is starting to bloom finally as well.
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here is another springtime visitor. I am pretty sure its the Giant house spider, Tegenaria gigantea, a cousin of the Hobo spider (of which we have oh so many) I tried to kill it, but this guy was FAST. I guess they eat Hobo spiders though so thats good.
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Ohhh, how cool. We had a large brown spider outside our back door last year and my husband had it spoiled. He would catch moths and such at night and toss them in the web. She would tear after them. That spider got huge over the summer. I have pics of it somewhere...... lol Nice pic Meredith.
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I do that with our spiders too... Its neat watching them.
My husband thinks Im nuts... he also just shakes his head when Im outside after it rains and am picking up earthworms that found themselves on my driveway, and throwing them in the flower beds. Dont want them drying up....
We also have toads that I feed moths to also... I love watching them eat.
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Our yard seems to be devoid of life, except for the squirrels, birds, and the occasional 'worm. No cuhl stuff, like toads, snakes, big spiders w/ funnel webs. :pout:

We do have a veg garden now, though. :beams with sweaty pride:

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