Wednesday, January 4, 2017

coming back

with the weather fluctuating between being warm for a few days, then cold and warm again, these bulbs are popping up in the town's planters.  As I type this the temperature is 8C (46F) and raining.


20 comments:

  1. Looks like Crocus popping up. They probably will be fine. Our tulips (due to come up in April) are also poking up but I think Ma Nature with keep them in check.
    MB

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  2. Those poor bulbs won't know if they're coming or going Bill ­čśŐ

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  3. Fant├ístico este aproveitamento do espa├žo para jardinar.
    Um abra├žo e boa semana.
    Andarilhar

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  4. Snow in my area this morning everything is white.

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  5. It's been so mild the bulbs are thinking early spring!

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  6. Ah what a wonderful sight again!

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  7. ...it's not good to fool Mother Nature!

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  8. Seems quite earlier for bulbs to be sprouting. Good for you for getting out in that weather and taking pictures!

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  9. I'll bet the warmer weather is nice, though, right? We get something of the same here but not to the same extremes.

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  10. Signs of spring! We are having the same day as you today!

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  11. We're going in the opposite direction, after two or three days being around the freezing mark, the temperatures are going to plunge by tomorrow.

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  12. Thank you. This is so beautiful. Love it.

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  13. It was like that here yesterday but the temps are heading down this afternoon. It is now -4˚C at 3 pm.

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  14. Those little noses coming up from the soil give hope that spring isn't too very far away. It doesn't feel like it here, though. It got down to 18 degrees F last night and today it's barely above freezing in the shade.

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  15. Wonder what they will grow up into!

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  16. I hope they don't get frostbit!

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  17. You are so far north but the Gulf Stream moderates your climate. Makes me think of Joyce's line the snow was general all over Ireland . . .

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