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As someone who is living in Ireland you quickly learn that while Seasons are something that happen through out the year they can also happen within a single day. The sun can be shining in the morning, a sense of Spring lingers in the air at noon you suddenly get hail storms and biting winds and you can’t help but feel like Autumn. Then maybe the sun breaks through and you realise you are wearing way too much clothes and an ice-cream is all you really want suggesting that maybe it’s summer after all. But then the evening arrives and the temperatures plummet and frost paints pictures with ice on your windows and you know it’s really still Winter. Sometimes the only way to truly know what season it is, is to look at the trees and plants and see what they are doing!
Kate Crimmins said:
Your spring is much earlier than ours. We won’t see blossoms on trees for another 6 weeks or so.
well our winter is never too cold (but we’ve had quite a lot of frost lately), all thanks to the Gulf Stream, so the plants bloom about 4 weeks earlier with the rest of Europe
Spring has begun here in Key West and my vine and my hibiscus bushes are in bloom with red, purple, white flowers! Vines are yellow.