March 2, 2009

Categories: Growing Daffodils, Weather and Temperature

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SNOW is falling here in Gloucester… Power is out.  I am in town with laptop having lunch at a coffee shop with wifi…
I lost power almost 11 pm sunday night….  I pray power will be restored soon…  Electrical company will not give day.
Daffodil folliage is frozen upright above the snow….  Ceci

Ceci Brown
P.O. Box 160, Gloucester, Virginia 23061-0160
804.693.3663 phone/fax

3 responses to “snow”

  1. Joanna Lloyd Tilghman says:
    The Eastern Shore of Maryland is under about 11 inches of snow and temperatures are 7 degrees with windchill of -7.  chilly!  Pipes are frozen, but at least the sun is now out.


  2. Ross Hotchkiss says:

    We’re experiencing a ‘heat wave’ here in Richmond, Virginia, the temperature is now hovering around 19 degress and the sky is as “Blue as a Dutchman’s britches and a mile wide”!  The oft heard saying of a long departed celebrity on WRVA radio here in Richmond for many years. 
    Our daffs are under 6-8 inches of snow and ice, but the budded ones I picked on Sunday and brought indoors have all opened beautifully.  Perhaps I should have picked more!  Oh, well, time will tell!
    Ross A. Hotchkiss
    Richmond, Virginia

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  3. Joanna Lloyd Tilghman says:
    Things seem to be much later this year — only a few buds are on the daffodils and really only one bloom.  I’m sure they are cold because I certainly am.