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Monday, February 20, 2012

Forsythia Blooms In The House

There are more buds forming on the larger branches, but I couldn't wait for them to share some flower photos with you.  I'm guessing that the different sizes of branches take different rates of time to bloom when brought in like this.  I think a more even display would bloom more evenly.  I'm just tickled to see the flowers.  Enjoy!



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14 comments:

  1. Congratulations -- don't you feel like spring is on the way?

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  2. How wonderful to have those in your house blooming right now. Bet I know what you are going to be doing ever Winter from now on. :) Don't blame you I would do the same if I had one.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  3. Love that sunshiney yellow--certainly could brighten the most gloomy day!
    :)

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  4. My forsythia rarely does well outside but I too bring in the branches to enjoy the few that do bloom. We won't be blooming for two months. It is great to see your blooms.

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  5. That's beautiful and so exciting to enjoy them indoors.

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  6. It's good to see these beautiful yellow blossoms. We don't have any to bring inside, but we're keeping a close eyes on the forsythia in our neighbor's yard.

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  7. I love the little experiments going on right now. Forcing bulbs, yellow blossoms.....:) People would laugh at me in college because my apartment and dorm room looked like a botany experiment. And it didn't help having a roommate who was studying plants:) It's really getting warm here early....things are starting to bloom already!!! I need more time!

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  8. I love to see forsythia, they have been blooming here for the last month , early Spring temps here too.

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  9. You're inspiring me to cut some of my branches and bring them inside. I haven't done this for years. (And it's the only way I'll get to see the blossoms - our birds seem to eat them to shreds as they open each spring.)

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  10. Well. .that was FAST!! Cool! Love it, and I bet you do too!!

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  11. We are watching our Forsythia bush that we planted last year... So far, nothing yet... Of course, it's still early here in the mountains... Yours is gorgeous!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. Whether pruned with secateurs, trimmed with a trimmer, or just left to do it's thing, I love Forsythia too!

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