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03/24/15 at 01:48pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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While climbing Nessie's lifthill for a ride during passholder preview I noticed daffodils blooming off to the left of Nessie's exit. Most were in a bed, but a few yards of the unlandscaped hill was naturalized with daffodils as well. Maybe the park is testing to determine how well daffodils can naturalize in the soil in this area? If it works (and the ones I saw looked great) it could be a fantastic springtime display on the hills overlooking the Rhine!
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03/24/15 at 03:02pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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We have a shrubbery thread for discussion such as this. Winking
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03/24/15 at 04:33pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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Who would have expected the next new hamlet to be the Netherlands?

I wonder what Amsterdam would offer up during Food & Wine...
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03/24/15 at 06:27pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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Given the previous speculation in this thread about the creation of an Amsterdam hamlet on the waterfront, I believe the daffodil post is perfectly fine where it is.

"Wit has some truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words." -- Dorothy Parker
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03/24/15 at 06:28pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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Haha^ I was thinking the same thing. since daffodils are not shrubbery and all Smiling

Where? Behind the rabbit?
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03/24/15 at 06:31pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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Daffodils are very much shrubbery. Any plant material is considered shrubbery here on these forums.
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03/24/15 at 06:33pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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A debate about the definition of "shrubbery" does not belong here.

"Wit has some truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words." -- Dorothy Parker
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03/25/15 at 11:29am in New Waterfront Hamlet
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It is unfortunate my daffodil comment crossed over to a completely new page, obscuring the previous conversation I started about Amsterdam possibilities. The forum is obviously broken... Winking
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03/25/15 at 12:26pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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TIL that I should read page 1 before commenting on page 2.
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03/25/15 at 01:21pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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I think reading the entire conversation is always a good policy.

"Wit has some truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words." -- Dorothy Parker
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03/25/15 at 07:27pm in New Waterfront Hamlet
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Typically I remember the thread of conversation when returning to a topic.  In  "Concepts," though... not so much. Surprised
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