Article Title: Is Climate Change Responsible For Late Bloomers? Article views: (80926 )
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Is Climate Change Responsible For Late Bloomers?
Could Climate Change Be Responsible for the Late Bloomers In Our Gardens This Autumn?
Climate Research suggests that some blooming roses like Old Garden roses will bloom most heavily in June according to Minnesota University research.
Apparently bloom date depends on the amount of sunshine the roses get.
If there is enough sunlight Roses Can Bloom from late May to mid June.
What's your experience of this? Do you have late bloomers in your garden?
Let us know what you think.
We are all experiencing warmer summers, it is the reason we are spending more this year and boosting the economy. But that extra warmth is also having an effect on our gardens. On OnMyBubble.com member posted this photo on her gallery, and we are glad she did. Hope it brightens up your day..
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