Saturday, November 28, 2009

Crazy Town



Forsythia - still blooming.



Petunias - still blooming. Pugsly looks a bit appalled as well.



Can't remember what these are, but they're still blooming too.

It's November 28th. And I approve this message.

10 comments:

tonya fedders said...

I was thinking of you earlier today.. was going to send you an email to tell you that the iris dropped it's blooms this morning with the heavy frost :( It lasted much longer than i thought it would, and almost made it to a 'December iris'. Your petunias?? Can't believe they're still blooming!

mudranch said...

The ones you can't remember what their names are... Gallardia. :) My mom has strange plants too... a Wysteria who prefers to bloom in 100+ degree August weather. ;)

Molly said...

My daffodils are coming up!! Just whackedy isn't it?

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

They're blooming now? wow.

Deb said...

Your flowers are so pretty :)
The weather is definately strange. We normally have snow this time of year - everything is brown and nasty looking and it rains. Still in the 40's close to 50 during the day. I'm really ready for winter :)

Kate said...

Thanks for visiting and commenting! Your life with sheep looks very interesting - I'm a knitter and fiber is fascinating.

flowerweaver said...

One of the few perks of Global Warming. Looks like we are going to go from t-shirt weather today to possible snow tomorrow!

Christine said...

It's weird isn't it? I was just noticing I still have a few things blooming in one of my large barrel planters. I imagine this cold spell we're having right now will do everything in though.

DayPhoto said...

Its brown and cold and blah here! Thanks for the bright dots of color.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Hélène said...

It's December 2nd. Last week I still has a few roses in bloom. And my grass is still green. I live in Canada. Did I mention I live in Canada?

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