The third of the three Flowering Quince bushes in my woodland garden has finally bloomed. Its blossoms have much more of a peach-colored tint than the other two. Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day
Watching the changing colors of the blooms on my Flowering Quince bushes has been interesting this year, especially in light of the freezing rain and snow we’ve had since they first began to bloom for the season. The Flowering Quince that bloomed in January was a fuchsia color at first… Two months later it is…
The second of my three Flowering Quince bushes is now showing off its white-tinged-with-pink blooms. Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day
The Flowering Quince (which for reasons unknown has bloomed in the dead of winter these past few years) made it through Winter Storm Izzy. The blooms that were already open are drooping and lifeless, but the buds look as if they may open up soon. Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day
Once again this year my Flowering Quince bushes are blooming in the dead of winter. The buds and blooms have survived many nights of below freezing temperatures. We have what may prove to be a severe winter storm coming this weekend. I hope the Quince survive the ice and snow that are predicted to be…
I love winter, but I know that many (maybe most) people don’t. So for those of you longing for Spring, it’s beginning to emerge…
We have three quince bushes, each one producing a different color bloom. They began blooming in the winter and are all done now. The smallest bush has these beautiful peach-colored blooms. Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day.
The Flowering Quince is in bloom
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Our Flowering Quince bushes bloom anytime from December to March, and this year they began to bud in February. By yesterday, the last day of the month, the buds had opened, and the blooms look lovely in our never-ending rain.