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How much longer will you have to wait for Spring where you are located?


It is now March 9, 2015. March 20th in the USA is (as I recall) termed "the first day of Spring." Such a designation for a country as large as the USA may be some kind of an average designation. What does "Spring" mean to you, and when do you expect to start enjoying it in 2015 where you live?

 

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 2 years ago

    Our apricot trees are already dropping some of their blossom's petals for a different white coating the ground beneath them! I'm ready to paint large soap buckets red, green, yellow, and blue to house tomato plants and decorate this year's garden!

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 7 months ago

    The fruits were more numerous than any year yet, and that goes back some. Now we are dealing with a record number of 100+ F. days and water restrictions. The mild spring temps and rainfall led to the fruits galore.

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