Surprises in Spring!

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  • By Jonn “J-Dogg” Karsseboom
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I've been caught by surprise by spring itself. Strange that. I knew it was coming. I knew when it arrived. Why be surprised?

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  1. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    A belated thank you for those thoughts Linda! (And yes, deadlines have a way of forcing the issue of filming.) And yes too, the season has indeed sprung!

  2. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Hi Sue! You’ll always have a place here .(No matter where in the world you may be) Thanks for checking in!

  3. ginny watts ginny watts

    So glad to have you back. Always informative. The Garden Corner is a "candy store" for gardeners.

  4. Lynn Louise Pittman Lynn Louise Pittman

    Glad to see you're back. I've missed your presentations. Always informative.

  5. Sue Simonich Sue Simonich

    While I don't live in Oregon anymore, I still love watching your wonderful, joyful videos. Best wishes John.

  6. Linda Linda

    I think you purposely wait for the windiest and occasionally wettest day to do a video. I have to say you gave me a thought with the hooks in dicentra. TGC has definitely hooked our hearts and they only bleed when we have to leave there. And nice return of music! Hope there is more. Spring has sprung!

  7. Michele Michele

    Thank you! Beautiful plants! I always learn something new from you and in such a delightfully entertaining way!

  8. Debra Haddad Debra Haddad

    Again outstanding presentation! I absolutely enjoy the vast knowledge you share with us. Thank you.

  9. Myrth Williamson Myrth Williamson

    Last week, I sent my elementary teacher granddaughter your video explaining the difference between the first day of spring and the solstice. (With the props that took you to the parking lot.) 18 little 3rd graders in South Dakota may be learning about the solstice from your "passionate" presentation. Great teaching moment! Thank you!!

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