FrontTulips After a warm day, I have tulips in the front yard. The back tulips are either providing dinner for the deer or are not ready yet, depending on their location. They’re much smaller than usual; I’m guessing it’s because of the cold spring, and they’ve been snowed upon.











Sadly, Margaret’s tulips are not faring well. They’re being eaten. She has at least one nice bud, so there’s still hope.


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