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Frosty fingers

December roses
Flowering tree
Daisies in December
Autumn berries

Frosty fingers as I cycled into the museum this morning -  finally it is starting to feel like Winter.

Yesterday was the first meteorological day of Winter, but the mild autumn, has left my garden looking a little confused.

This Autumn has been one of the warmest on record since 1910, which could explain why my roses, daisies and trees are flowering in December! See the pics I took on my phone this morning.

The first bit of frost appeared in the garden which will probably freeze my poor confused flowers. Alongside, these flowers I also have other trees displaying a bumber display of Autumn berries.

Do you have any pictures of flowers in December?


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