Spring arrives sooner every year

This Forsythia shrub began blooming at the end of January, although I didn’t take any photos until today. In past years it hasn’t bloomed until early March.

Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day

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  1. shoreacres says:

    I remember forsythia fondly. It was one of the first blooms of our Iowa spring, and we always brought in some branches for forcing.

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    1. This is the only forsythia I’ve seen blooming so far this year, but before long, it will be blooming everywhere here.

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  2. no sign of it here – this year things seems to be later so it was a sight for sore eyes seeing your blooms

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    1. Everything is so strange. Early blooming in some locations and late blooming in others. I hope you see some blooms soon.

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  3. Jessica says:

    Wonder what’s up with the plants/ trees. Remember your trees with red leaves last summer? Like fall came early. Now yellow in January instead of March. Makes me wonder if nature is correct and our calendars are off somehow.

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    1. It’s very weird. And I have flowering quince bushes that have bloomed in December or January for the past few years but haven’t bloomed yet this year, although I can see buds now. Everything just seems to be off.

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      1. Jessica says:

        Hmmm. Not much about it makes sense…

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  4. Cee Neuner says:

    How exciting to see. 😀 😀

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