wow. I think your tree is confused about which season it is. :) a silly moment with my "sisters" http://calledtoezer.blogspot.com/2012/01/ezer-fridays_26.html
I noticed the same thing and posted about it too! What are we going to do in April when everything SHOULD be blooming? This is the strangest Winter ever! Great photo!
Seriously? Is that green I see?Blessings, Debbie
I love this time when everything starts to come back to life...Deb
I just love the first shoots, they are so, so green and beautiful.Here's to an abundance of figs this Summer :)Have a lovely weekend!!!
And I ate a beautiful big fig from my tree today!!
Tell that tree to slow down!
This has been the strangest winter... sure hope you don't get an ice storm. The middle sister's forsythia has bloomed once already this winter. We are really hoping the fruit trees remain dormant.Have a wonderful weekend!
Seems like a very early spring is headed your way. Our seasons have all seemed very odd the last couple of years too. This summer has been pretty mild so far. Have a beautiful weekend Tracey. Jacinta xx
Poor confused tree! What a crazy winter we're having!
That's our fig tree to and our peach tree let's hope no late frosts happen!
ha! buds! oh my goodness, isn't the weather crazy. we got snow last night at long last and the temperatures are due to drop into the teens (in F) by next week! but winter took a long time to arrive.
Visiting from Soulemama.Wow, hard to believe as we are buried under feet and feet of snow. I am jealous of your fig tree though!Here is mine this week, hard at work on our paper fortune cookies for Chinese New Year...http://www.darkbluedragon.com/node/93
Wow! The first bud already? We haven't even really hit winter here yet. Have a great weekend!Here's our momemnt:http://melbatoast68.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment_27.html
I have seen loads of ski and snow pictures, which are stunning but I love that this one is a change of season - beautiful SMP - This Moment
really? I believe it, we haven't had a typical Maine winter at all, of course you'd have buds on your fig tree:) Have a great weekend.
OMG!!! Figs by March!!!!! Have a great weekend!
When does your fig tree usually begin to blossom? I've been wondering if the flowers and trees around here will think that it's time to bloom since it's been too warm. I hope not.
Visiting from Soule Mama. I hope that poor tree doesn't get it's little nose nipped by budding early! Here is our moment... http://the-random-thoughts-in-my-head.blogspot.com/
Whoa! Have a great weekend!xo,Ang
Already?! Lucky duck!! We probably won't see any here in until at least april.
It's on it's way.... xxx
Ah, lucky you!
lol - we have just done a twig study in our home schooling nature time and noticed lots of buds! Looking forward to Spring!http://bugsbeetlesandbarefootdays.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment.html
I think so there'll no longer be anything called 'seasonal' fruit!My Moment
The world is topsy turvy if you ask me.....crazy weather!
Oh my, I that green bid doesn't get beat down by winter...what wonders don't you have on that property of yours!? :) Have a wonderful weekend, Tracey!
Lol, craziness... Well I hope it doesn't stay confused for long!!!Have a great weekend Tracey!xo
First buds coming through... always exciting!http://sofiasideas.com/2012/01/27/this-moment-51/I really hope you will take a "moment" to come by! :)
wow! we've already got some azaleas in bloom and they are usually late march. it's been a crazy winter!
I am ready for spring... no signs over in my back year but soon I hope...
We've had the strangest weather too; no wonder the plants are confused!Have a wonderful weekend!
beautiful...a moment indeed,a crazy winter.xxx
That green shoot was just what I needed this afternoon! Thank you for sharing this!
Seeing that warms my chilled winter soul way up here in Ontario :) Thanks!Have a lovely weekend.
spring!! Yay! I've been loving winter, but I don't know, this little glimpse of spring is getting me excited to dig my hands into some earth! We'll have to wait and see if the groundhog is on our side this Thursday!have a joy-filled weekend! xo, laura emily
I followed you here from soulemama.. :-))).. The word clover caught my eye..my daughters name is clover blossom.....you have a lovely blogHi from Kelly in australia
Oh my! While I have been enjoying the freedom of being outside during this mild winter, I have to admit it has me a little concerned. Hope things aren't thrown too far off kilter! Have a lovely weekend, Tracey.
Our daffodils popped through January 1. Nature is so confused. Thanks for the sweet note. XxOo
Hooray! I love those first signs of spring, as small as they may be!
Temps last night did not fall below fifty degrees.Yikes