Picture behind the story #29 Climate change or new hybrid Osteospurmums?


Here we are in November, a few ground frosts already and ….. we still have beautiful Osteospurmums flowering. Global warming, climate change or is this a new hybrid winter-growing frost resistant variety?

Osteospurmums still flowering in November

Osteospurmums still flowering in November


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4 replies

  1. There’s more in heaven and earth than is dreamt of in our philosophies, dear Horatio.

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  2. Probably in a sheltered spot. A glorious orange. I still have geraniums that refuse to stop flowering!

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  3. Wow!! These are gorgeous and how wonderful to have a splash of colour in an often dreary November!!

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