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      Showing posts with label climate change. Show all posts
      Showing posts with label climate change. Show all posts

      Monday, March 26, 2012

      on tenterhooks

      Oh sure.

      You look good now.

      Now, after a week of warm weather and gentle breezes, you're all puffed up, fluffed out, ready to burst wide open and strut your stuff.

      But how will you feel tomorrow? Tattered? Mushy? Spent? After the hard freeze and gusty winds they're predicting for tonight. Which, btw, is as it should be in late March in NYC.

      I fear for the crops of crabapples,

      peaches,

      and Juneberries.

      Without flowers there can be no fruit.

      Put on your parkas, all you flowering trees. I'll check on you in the morning.

      Sunday, December 18, 2011

      I'm confused. And I'm not the only one.

      Last week in Central Park:

      Some plants think it's August.

      Some think it's September.


      At least one thinks it's May.


      But the one I'm really worried about is this little beauty.


      What are they going to do come next March?

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