Jesse Dahl, a horticulturist at The Arboretum, Kentucky's state botanical garden, said this Japanese Cornel is one of many plants and trees that have  blossomed much earlier than normal. Dahl said temperatures haven't stayed low consistently enough to put many plants into dormancy.
Jesse Dahl, a horticulturist at The Arboretum, Kentucky's state botanical garden, said this Japanese Cornel is one of many plants and trees that have blossomed much earlier than normal. Dahl said temperatures haven't stayed low consistently enough to put many plants into dormancy. Herald-Leader
Jesse Dahl, a horticulturist at The Arboretum, Kentucky's state botanical garden, said this Japanese Cornel is one of many plants and trees that have blossomed much earlier than normal. Dahl said temperatures haven't stayed low consistently enough to put many plants into dormancy. Herald-Leader

Winter has been too bloomin' warm: Some spring plants are flowering

February 10, 2012 12:19 PM

UPDATED February 11, 2012 07:37 AM

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