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Tuesday, March 15, 2016


"Winter Blooms"

The biggest winter of New York
January, 23, 2016

     New York had one of the biggest snowstorms this past January.  While the snow was falling and melting away, there were other things happening indoors that did not stop the natural process of occurring as plant life continues to survive.  The blooming of flowers had begun early than we expect during the months of December 2015 and January 2016.  That's right it may have been cold and snowy but that did not stop these plants from blooming in the windowsill.

Vicks plant
Blooming in Winter Indoors
December 15, 2015

Meyer Lemon
Blooming & Producing Fruits in late fall  and lasting in winter indoors
December 15, 2016

My niece had her eye on this one lemon.  She couldn't wait to pick it off!

A big juicy organic Meyer Lemon
December 15, 2105

Some of the flower petals were dropping on the floor.  It was a sign that the tree plant was eliminating the weak flowers that would not produce any fruits.  Unfortunately none of the flowers survived.  But, if you look closely there is one more lemon way behind in the back.

Last fall 2015 I bought a dwarf pomegranate plant on sale at the farmers' market for $18.

Pomegranate Flower
Blooming in Winter Indoors
January 27, 2016

Last Meyer Lemon of the season
February 11, 2016

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