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Old 11-11-2022, 03:18 AM
 
Location: NJ
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I live in the St. Louis metro area of Missouri.

Has anyone ever seen a lilac bush bloom twice in a year? I have a lilac bush, and for the 1st time ever (been in our house 19 years) I saw that our lilac bush has blooms on it again, in November.

The blooms aren't as pretty, and are kind of stunted and faded looking...but they're blooms alright. It's never happened before.


I don't recall where I was driving the other day, I saw a lilac blooming near me too. It has been very warm, in the 70's and 80's before we got a cold spell a few days ago.

I wish I could recall if it was on one lilac bush or a few. I remember thinking that the warm weather probably screwed up the bloom times.
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Old 11-11-2022, 03:35 AM
 
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All I know is I want that Lilac Bush!! Send it my way!

Ohh my gosh- that fragrance and beauty just delights my senses!!

Let nature be confused I say
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Old 11-11-2022, 05:58 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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I live in the St. Louis metro area of Missouri.

Has anyone ever seen a lilac bush bloom twice in a year? I have a lilac bush, and for the 1st time ever (been in our house 19 years) I saw that our lilac bush has blooms on it again, in November.

The blooms aren't as pretty, and are kind of stunted and faded looking...but they're blooms alright. It's never happened before.
Happened once here December 2015. October was super cold but November ended up a Top 5 warmest and our warmest December on record which still stands.. Looked like Spring but didn't last long, freezes and snows came soon after in January


Posted December 21, 2015
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November showers bring December flowers?

My Forsythia buds blooming now.


Lilac from Dec 3rd.

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Old 11-11-2022, 08:43 AM
 
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Happened once here December 2015. October was super cold but November ended up a Top 5 warmest and our warmest December on record which still stands.. Looked like Spring but didn't last long, freezes and snows came soon after in January


Posted December 21, 2015
Crazy! LOL
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