A Early Sign of Spring

grassman177

LawnSite Fanatic
that is not a good sign. the weather we are having here is freaky warm. so fat, buds are not swelling though or no bulbs poking but i have seen it happen in jan
 

corey4671

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Somewhere in TN
saw some in our backyard as well last week. Grass is greening up here and could stand to be mowed in some places. Like was said above, it bothers me.
 

dKoester

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
Chesapeake VA
Some Cherry trees are blooming here. I kid you not!
 

Richard Martin

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
Greenville, NC
That's okay. Here in a couple of days those daffodiles are going to wish they hadn't sprouted up yet. I'm not that far from you and it's not unusual for the daffodils to bloom and flower in December around here.
 

chips17

LawnSite Member
Location
PA
grass keeps growing here. but its WAY to wet to mow it. i think mother nature forgot about winter.
 

soloscaperman

LawnSite Gold Member
Checked the weather in CT and we are getting 45F-50F weather for another week. I got my plow all set up from October from the snow that we had a few days before Halloween. The only good thing I see is it weeds out the people that snow plow and may hurt some of the people that mow.
 

weeze

LawnSite Fanatic
yeah we had a few cold days....maybe 2 so far....it was 65 degrees today...jan 1....it's weird...last year it had snowed already by this time lol...wonder if it will be one of those years where it's still cold in march? we had a blizzard once down here in late march/early april back in 1993.
 

ReddensLawnCare

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Charlotte, NC
I had a lady tell me I fertilized he property wrong bc her forsythia was popping blooms, cherrys blossoming, tulips coming up, and dafoldills popping up. I explained to her it was the weather and she understood. One plus side however is that I have never had such a strong stand of fescue from complete renos this time of year. The roots are awesome! Hopefully it will be beneficial if nest summer is dry
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