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Too soon. Too soon for flowers. (heat+wave rain Spring winter flowers ). Photo by Fieldofflowers
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Too soon. Too soon for flowers.

Uploaded by: Fieldofflowers

Monday March 12, 2012

Saint Paul, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Uh Oh. After a couple record breaking highs and a week of 60+ degree days in forecast, our spring flowers are springing out really early. This rain storm is only going to make this columbine and other things grow even more.


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4. Fieldofflowers
11:34 PM GMT on March 12, 2012
It's creepy to see this occurring on a larger scale. It will be an interesting spring no doubt.

I think just for kicks I'm going to plant a few peas this week and see how they go.
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3. norman333
10:57 PM GMT on March 12, 2012
But it's so wonderful to see this...........get you old blankets ready, cover them up, those little babies !! I really loved it, I was looking today for those little buds too in Calumet, saw 3 1/8th inch of my daffies, gave me hope !!!!!!!!!! Great shot and good for you, looking............
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2. pokparentof2
7:50 PM GMT on March 12, 2012
Beautiful shot! Same weather in NY - trees are budding, daffodils bursting through, potted perennials are beginning to leaf.
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1. canuckjune
7:20 PM GMT on March 12, 2012
I am thinking about that very thing here in ND and it is forecast to be in the 50s most of the week. I hope we don't get a hard frost or it will ruin a lot of things. Arlene
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Every day that I come here, I'm amazed by the awesome photos I see. I love to take photos of whatever catches my eye. Usually my photos have something to do with nature. Insects and flowers have always been a big interest. You can also find me on Flickr. Summer '09 goal: Aiming to take pictures daily, and upload some of my favorites. I hope people enjoy them as much as I do. Most of the time, the fun comes from taking the pictures, more than the actual results. Create your own visitor map! Counter started: 6-21-09

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