Blooming in November?

Here we are in the first week of November, with several days of 60s and 70s ahead, and my poor Minnesota garden does not know what to do. We’ve only had a couple of freezes so far, and several plants just keep on blooming.

What’s blooming in November? These guys.

6 Replies to “Blooming in November?”

  1. I’ve got a couple of different Oso Easy roses in my front borders– good blooming throughout the year, and they weather the MN winters just fine. Interestingly enough, they thrived in my Texas garden as well!

  2. I live in Denver – we too have 60’s and 70’s and only a couple of freezes – and very mild ones at that – we have lots of roses, mums, petunias, geraniums and marigolds, among others, still in bloom – it’s so nice to still see color!

  3. This weather is so unusual, isn’t it? I still haven’t had a hard freeze, although most of the perennials have gone dormant for the season. It’s so freaky to have Zinnias and Marigolds still blooming in November! I don’t remember that happening before. The ‘Clara Curtis’ Daisies are lovely.

  4. The weather treated your garden pretty well! I can hardly remember November – we had our new garden and our new house in town and I haven’t been recording as much as usual. But I will be back at the camera and computer from now on. Hope you are enjoying the holidays.

  5. Thanks for commenting, Pat. We will be in your shoes next fall — planning a move is hectic but a new garden is exciting.

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