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Are Some Of The Plants Budding In Your Area Too?

 
Dr. Greenthumb
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1st we had the late harvest this fall, now this. All the plants are using their spring energy only for a futile death to come the frost. Does mother nature know something we don't? I predict famine in 2013. The unlucky year.
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I was raking leaves today and noticed that most of my irises had died out (like they are supposed to) and the other half were up like it was spring. I was really surprised by this.
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Yep, one of my rosemary is in full bloom although it's around freezing point at days, and down to -10C at night. However, it's not that uncommon, that plant is somewhat weird at times.
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yes. I have a Magnolia tree in my backyard that has buds but in other late coming winters it did the same thing. I'll have to look around and see if there's anything else budding way early and let you know.
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1st we had the late harvest this fall, now this. All the plants are using their spring energy only for a futile death to come the frost. Does mother nature know something we don't? I predict famine in 2013. The unlucky year.
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yes, things are still green here. I went running in shorts again and it was close to 65 degrees. Strange foe December.
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We are in a very cold snap now but 3 days ago up to a week ago I noticed dandelions blooming. I thought it very weird. I am in the middle west.
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1st we had the late harvest this fall, now this. All the plants are using their spring energy only for a futile death to come the frost. Does mother nature know something we don't? I predict famine in 2013. The unlucky year.
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just today i notice the pussywillows were budding. Raleigh nc
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Oak trees in north georgia are budding way too easily. Even my 85 year old father was surprised by this.
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1st we had the late harvest this fall, now this. All the plants are using their spring energy only for a futile death to come the frost. Does mother nature know something we don't? I predict famine in 2013. The unlucky year.
 Quoting: Dr. Greenthumb


just today i notice the pussywillows were budding. Raleigh nc
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My comment is above about my irises and I am 15mins from Raleigh.
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Where I live all kinds of shrubs and trees are in their spring cycle already... To me it's very odd to see these things as early as november. Ever since I read about someone's dream on here about a black horseman I've pondered if famine was just around the corner, and after some research I feel like I'm on to something.
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I help my dad landscape, everything seems to be dying/going dormant where I am. Except for a few incidents, where today I saw two pots of bloomed mums on someones porch, normally they would be dead by now, and last month I saw a bloomed geranium in the ground at someones house when those are supposed to be dead by then too.
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In my area SO Cal the leaves are just starting to drop off the trees. It had been in the mid 70's to mid 80's in spots.
And they say we might get rain later in the week....will see.



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lilac bushes are budding yes noticed this a few days back
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In Georgia and have azaleas blooming and not the "forever" kind.
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Mums cut back for winter, but new growth all around them maybe 3 inches high.
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I brought in my pepper plants thinking I would over winter them inside because we had a drought and they didn't produce anything and I wanted a head start in the spring. They have bloomed and have little peppers on them. Usually, even when brought inside my pepper plants would lose their leaves, hibernate and then leaf out in the spring.
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Ive seen some threads where people in america are stating it seems to be getting darker earlier? or dark before sunset? Something like that. Anyway if it is could it be related? I don't know much about other plants budding cycles, but i do know that marijuana buds when it senses a change in the day/night cycle (less daylight hours).
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Ive seen some threads where people in america are stating it seems to be getting darker earlier? or dark before sunset? Something like that. Anyway if it is could it be related? I don't know much about other plants budding cycles, but i do know that marijuana buds when it senses a change in the day/night cycle (less daylight hours). Also i was under the impression some plants bud when they sense their end is coming as to prepare for the next generation.
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there is a dandelion near my porch. answers.com says they grow in the summer. dafuq.
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Ive seen some threads where people in america are stating it seems to be getting darker earlier? or dark before sunset? Something like that. Anyway if it is could it be related? I don't know much about other plants budding cycles, but i do know that marijuana buds when it senses a change in the day/night cycle (less daylight hours). Also i was under the impression some plants bud when they sense their end is coming as to prepare for the next generation.
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Interesting, I thought the reverse to be true. The plants hibernate with less sun and bud with more daylight hours. Maybe the key is the change of the ratio day to night? Still seems backwards to me, but I know they do something weird to "force" bulbs to sprout earlier.
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Where you not around for last "winter"?

Same shit. Welcome to our new world.
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I think I was stoned all of last winter.
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I think I was stoned all of last winter.
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Then that should have made you more aware.
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there is a dandelion near my porch. answers.com says they grow in the summer. dafuq.
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Yes, have dandelions blooming in the yard.
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1st we had the late harvest this fall, now this. All the plants are using their spring energy only for a futile death to come the frost. Does mother nature know something we don't? I predict famine in 2013. The unlucky year.
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just today i notice the pussywillows were budding. Raleigh nc
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My comment is above about my irises and I am 15mins from Raleigh.
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Cool Lot of us on here close by... Im north raleigh what about you?
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I think I was stoned all of last winter.
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Then that should have made you more aware.
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Ha, not really.

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