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Margeriten im Winter

Margeriten im Winter
Auf meinem Balkon ist es heute mittag, den 19.01.2020, 7 Grad Celsius warm. Normalerweise sind meine Balkonpflanzen mit dem ersten Frost im November/Dezember hinüber, aber seitdem gab es noch keinen nennenswerten Temperatursturz, sodass sie munter weiter blühen. Ob das der Klimawandel ist oder ein zufälliges Ereignis, vermag ich nicht zu sagen. Auch wenn ich mich über die Blüten freue, habe ich so etwas vorher noch nie erlebt.

Is this the announced climate change? The marguerites on my balcony are still in full bloom on 19 January 2020 with the thermometer showing plus 7 degrees. Usually the flowers on my balcony have had it with the first frosty nights in November/December, but so far there weren't any considerable temperature drops. Even if I am enjoying the late blossoms, I don't think it is normal.
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 Diana Australis
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Wow. You certainly are having a mild winter Karin! Sadly it seems a real sign of changing climate.
I hope you have had a lovely weekend. Best wishes, Diana
12 months ago.
Special K
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Yes Diana,
the part of Germany where I live is usually a bit warmer than the rest of the country because of the river Rhine valley. Nevertheless, you can have lots of snow only 15 km away. During the last years, we have often had a brief winterly spell in February, so there is still "hope" for some cold weather :-)
Hope you are all save and fine in Australia and all the best to you, too!
Kind regards, Karin
12 months ago.

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