29 November 2016

November Gain


This year's extremely mild autumn spoiled me. I didn't want to let go of my outdoor flowers when the first snow and first really cold night finally came a couple of weeks ago.


I chopped off some of my cosmos and zinnias because they were so full of blossoms, I couldn't bear to let them freeze. I didn't know if they would bloom indoors in a vase. The only way to find out would be to sever them...


It took a few days, but some of the cosmos did indeed bloom!














4 comments :

  1. At this rate you'll have flowers blooming all year long.

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    1. Well, maybe through the end of the year, Pat... :)

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  2. I loved how late my cosmos bloomed this year, didn't think to bring any in tho. :)

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    1. Mine were super late, too, Amanda. If not for our fabulous weather, I wouldn't have had a single one because they didn't even start forming buds until about mid-September this year.

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