Camellia ~ Where did Winter Go?
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The Camellia seems to be blooming a bit early this year. There are 3-4 flowers in full bloom but the bush is full of buds. I hope this year will not be like the past 2-3 years. No real winter, an early spring and an extremely hot summer.
The Oak tree in the back yard has produced more falling acorns this year than it has in 20 + years. This is usually a sign of a VERY COLD winter, according to folk history. Two days ago it was 79 degrees here.
Is Global warming REAL? Indeed there is a change in the weather here in the USA.
January 13, 2013
Jan 16th ~ Tomorrow we may have SNOW SHOWERS in The Deep South. ??
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