"For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he is beginning to realize that , in order to survive, he must protect it." - Jacques-Yves Cousteau
In conjunction with yesterday's post, here is our fig tree beginning to push forth in December.
Here is our peach tree budding out in the first week of winter.
nature is confused...
Is it normal to have frost in winter on your part of the world or is it rare.
That is weird indeed.
Another great quote, John.
I always worry when I see buds start to expand too early. I hope the tree "knows" what it's doing.
we've had those 'second springs' after bad drought summers. the trees are so relieved by a bit of moisture and a break from the temps, they burst forth.
I hope there is no frost coming to nip them!
We had a wonderful sunny day today John...
Winter hasn't arrived yet.
Our Aspens are the same way.
Indeed, we are in the midst of a dry winter and «Louis» has seen some premature budding in the Bay Area, too, despite the fact that it has been colder than normal here.
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