- Mar 20, 2011
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- Northeast Texas
Reminds me of a conversation I had back in college. I bumped into a person from my high school who was younger then me and had also chosen the same place. The first thing he commented on was the fact I had grown a beard. To which I replied "You haven't been through a winter here yet, have you?"Isn’t that funny how we perceive the same temperature? When I visited the folks in very southern KY in December/January, we used no coats. Everyone down there complaining about the cold.
Taken 3 days ago. And I haven't planted a flower since I've been here. From SOUTH Carolina, where this whole north/south thing started.]
FOR THE RECORD: Here are the spring bulbs that are perennials up north, and annuals down south.--
daffodils, tulips, hyacinth, crocus, snowdrops
They all need to be chilled to sprout correctly. I place mine and forget about them, until they come up in March, after they have doubled.
I guess you could use your refridgerator?
@majorcatfish you should be nice. Nawtherners are just like hemorrhoids. If the come down and go back up, they're not so bad. It's when they come down and STAY down that they're a pain in the A$$.[
why every October there's a mass migration of y'all coming south in land yachts filling up every rv and campground from north Carolina to the gulf coast for the winter months.....????????
all in fun......