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Monday, November 04, 2019

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Noelle

You offer up some lovely vistas of your garden. Amazing that you have snow so early.

Kris P

What a rapid transformation, Linda. Your garden still looks very pretty but I'm sure the abrupt shift in the weather comes as a shock to the gardener's system. In contrast, we're warmer than usual for late October/early November. I'm hoping that's a fluke but I fear it's part of a shift in the climate here. I read a prediction that, in 50 years time, LA's climate will be like that of Cabo San Lucas.

Beth@PlantPostings

We have quite a few trees, too, that never had a foliage color change, and dropped their green leaves. Weird. I don't remember that happening to such an extent before. Today I was a busy bee--raking and planting bulbs and other stuff before the next snow hits. Brrrr!

Lisa at Greenbow

Goodness, winter didn't give fall a chance up your way. Seeing your frozen pond makes me feel cold. When water freezes my brain says it is too cold. Good luck on getting a time when you can get out to do your chores. We just took down our screen house yesterday. That always makes me feel cold too because I know the winter weather is right behind this chore.

Rae

We had just pulled our dock in the
weekend before. Read that the NPR's climatologist says the Midwest will
get 40% more snow Dec-Feb. Sigh.

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