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January 2009

Crocus Picture Diary

Posted by Gareth Bonello on 12 January 2009

Here is my Crocus Picture Diary.

Each week I will be uploading new pictures of my Crocus plants - as they grow! Compare them with your own.

January 19th - Here's the first picture, the crocus shoots are just popping up above the soil. Have yours started growing yet?

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Crocus Shoots 19/01/09

January 15th - I could just see the tips of the shoots poking out from the soil today. Come back next week to look at the pictures!

Professor Plant

 

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