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Thanks for stopping by with a vote, and tell mom if she's too tired to blog, that's okay. We try to keep everyone up to date with the flower facts, but if you miss a day and want to see, you can go to Kiddo or Spirit, they have all my blogs to date. Thanks to your dad, too, I appreciate every vote!

Thanks for your continued support. I'm overwhelmed with the fact that you all keep coming back with a vote!
If you like tulips, and who doesn't, a good place to put even more of them than you have now is under deciduous trees, except for black walnut trees. The tulips will grow and bloom before the tree leafs out in the spring. You have to use early blooming tulips for this, though. If you have mid or late season bloomers, they might not get enough sunshine to be successful. Well, see you tomorrow with another flower fact. Hugs, and a vote for you, Falco
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