A blog about a first-time house owner learning to maintain his backyard, and thoughts about nature, science, history, and life.

Thursday, April 25, 2013


One of the mysteries of moving into a new home is what lies underground...and, in the context of this post, what has been planted that won't pop up until spring.  Since I moved to Freeville in August, I've been wondering what, if anything, was planted in the garden.  I've already posted about the crocuses, and when I returned from Washington, DC about a week and a half ago, they had been joined by daffodils.

Now that I'm looking for them, I've seen daffodils all over the place: businesses, homes, the Cornell campus.

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