Spring In November


Nature appears confused because of the mild autumn, and flowers which would ordinarily bloom in spring are blooming now.

Bellflower, November 2017, rear garden, Staffordshire, England.

13 thoughts on “Spring In November

  1. We had a second spring after our flood. It was as though the plants said, “We’re not sure what just happened, but let’s not take a chance, and bloom.” It didn’t last long, but it was fun to see.

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  2. Some of my geraniums are still carrying on, but we’ve had frost up here. Freezing cold today. Well not exactly freezing of course, but it feels like it. Nice image of your Bellflower.

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