Monday, September 21, 2009

Uh oh

Some pretty spring flowers...



Weigela



Viburnum



Lilac



Forsythia

Um, all are blooming currently on the farm. This is probably a sign of something, maybe weather related?

Or poor care on my part somehow.



As this is a current view of (the top half of) our green house, I'm voting for lack of care.

Because that surely beats a hard winter.

"Feed me!"

16 comments:

dibear said...

Isn't it strange to have Spring flowers blooming at the end of September! I wish I had a greenhouse like yours, minus the vine. :):)

Alice said...

Great macro of the Weigela! I can even see the veins.
I'm no gardener but would that be a weed that is touching the roof of the greenhouse or does this belong to Jack and the Beanstalk? (May there be gold at the end)

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

When we moved this summer, I left all of the mentioned behind, hated that part of it. Over the years we had planted planted many different flowering bushes/shrubs/vines.

colleen said...

Lovely shots....

Ed said...

Very nice, like Dibear said we still have various wildflowers still in bloom in Tennessee too.

moresecretwhispers said...

aww so pretty!

flowerweaver said...

Pretty flowers! We have some spring things blooming now too, after the one big rain. Guess they figure they better get something accomplished after this terrible summer!

Barbara's Spot on the Blog said...

Blooming now?? Do you mean IN the greenhouse or outside in the garden? Either way, any bloom this time of year is a definite bonus :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Someone else had a Forsythia blooming recently..I couldn't believe it..then again mine never blooms.
Do you suppose it has something to do with the strange weather this summer?

Ann said...

Wow!!!!

You have a green house. I love it. That is why you have spring flowers or did you have a trip to New Zealand? LOL

Christine said...

This can't be good.

Nancy K. said...

I vote for lack of care!

On the other hand...I'd take the harsh winter if it meant that I could have LILACS! Oh how I love their fragrant blooms. But, they are here for such a short time...

Tammy said...

That happened here last year. It seems like we had a really cool, rainy spell in summer after a dry period and suddenly the lilacs, and forsythia were in bloom! Hopefully it means nothing. :-) Just an extra treat for the year.
Tammy

DayPhoto said...

Nothing left here. It frost hard last night, another freeze predicted for this evening. Our weather has turn. Boo Hoo

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Regular Guy said...

Nice to have flowers like that in September. Good job.

WildBlack said...

Definitely!! Lack of care :P hehe

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