We are having a very mild winter here in New Zealand. Snowfield owners complaining there is not enough snow, and generally
mild temperatures. I thought I'd have a look through the PCI seedlings beds at the weekend to see whether there was any sign of buds yet - I normally expect first flowers in mid-September - and found this little plant in flower. It was supposedly from "Stroke of Midnight" seed, but it doesn't seem very likely to have been from that luscious dark variety. I don't think it will survive this season's cull, but if I thought it was going to flower early every year....
Any way, I guess we are under way with the season here, but I don't know whether this should be counted as a very, very, very late rebloomer! Look at the foliage - no sign of much new foliage yet.
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