Monday, January 4, 2016

Sunday' Garden Column

Said many spring plants that have come up or bloomed
because of how warm our December was, will not bloom 
come spring.
 This is what I found yesterday, Hyacinths
There nose peeking up

 Flower heads on these.
They said some Narcissi and Daffodils have bloomed.
We have now had some days in low 40's but nights low 30's
some hard frost. I hope these little things make it.

8 comments:

Vee said...

I hope that they will make it, too. Last spring was so cold that only one of my spring blooming flowers bloomed. Just one lonely daffodil.

I was shocked by what you told me this morning. Yikes!

Sparky said...

Same here. It's going to be a barren Spring because of all the late warm weather. Poor plants are confused. ~:)

Mildred said...

John and I saw jonquils blooming just last week.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Yes, we've been treated kindly with a mild start to winter. We awoke to a hard frost this morning, and those eager plants will now have to dig their way back into the earth :)
Let's hope they'll survive and bloom in the springtime.
~Jo

Simply Linda said...

I hope they make it, Patsy. Here, it is -5* with blowing snow, not complaining, it is about time as it is winter. {smiles}

L. D. said...

I hope you will still see spring blooms at the right time of the year. We get crocus that come up in the snow and rarely do we see them. Take care.

Sue said...

Same here, Patsy, our strawberry plants are blooming! Hope your tender plants survive!

Blessings,
Sue

Mari said...

I hope they make it too. It's a confusing winter for plants!