Spring in North Texas!

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We dont get the Goldylock's zone very often in the Lone Star State but its been nice recently and our backyard really looks nice so before a storm blows through and blows all the flowers into another zip code I thought you guys might like some pics! Especially if you are Azaleas and Japanese Maple fans :)

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Such a lovely setting! Thanks for sharing! Things are greening in my NWLA yard, as well — but it’s mostly weeds and unkempt shrubs:nailbiting:.
 

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Nice to see someone is having a decent Spring. I love Japanese Maples and have several myself. You've got some nice ones and I have a few of the Azalea's also. All your plants are beautiful and love your yard setup! I see Palms too back there which I love but can only grow the hardy kind here. The Chinese Windmill Palm. I see yours are in pots so maybe you have to bring yours into the garage in Winter?
 
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Nice to see someone is having a decent Spring. I love Japanese Maples and have several myself. You've got some nice ones and I have a few of the Azalea's also. All your plants are beautiful and love your yard setup! I see Palms too back there which I love but can only grow the hardy kind here. The Chinese Windmill Palm. I see yours are in pots so maybe you have to bring yours into the garage in Winter?

You are correct. The Warden forces me bring in the plants each year for hibernation. Every year I hope my son is strong enough but not yet. Oh sweet child labor where are you! :D
 

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