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Tuesday, March 05, 2013



Ah, to have a garden where cold frames can be used... One day. In the meantime, I'm looking forward to seeing your spring planting

Lisa Spivey

Your rosemary looks lovely! I've never grown rosemary before. You're expecting 20 inches of snow?! Wow! Looks like you've protected your rosemary well. What fun it will be to uncover it as the snow passes. Stay warm!


i have an absolutely huge rosemary plant as well! i do believe i could hide in it if i needed to; thus far it has survived the cold and snow of the NC mountains for several winters and i'm very pleased.


We started a wonderful rosemary plant from a cutting once! On the other side of the world we are harvesting lots of tomatoes for preserving! I love your snow pictures. Thank you to Deb for her kind comments on our blog.

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