My A. italicum is now, 1 september, developing leaves already.
Usually this happens end of oktober.
Is this a sign of the warming up of the athmosphere?
How warm is it where you live? My A. italicum usually start putting out new leaves in the Fall when the temps start to get cooler.
Usually the leaves coming up somewhere at the end of oktober. This year it was a cool summer. I live in a pretty cold region of western europe (8).
Also mentionable: My Hydrangenaes are developing flowers now.
Thanks for your reation.
kind regards, Gijs
Here in southeastern PA, the seed clusters of mine are just toppling over to the ground. Leaves will probably not show for a month or so at the earliest. We have had a relatively hot, dry summer, but fall temps are starting in now with tomorrow forcast to be in the mid 60s. We still need rain though.