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Paeonia officinalis "Mollis" - Pallaksenpioni, tulips and blossoming apple tree in late May

Paeonia officinalis "Mollis" - Pallaksenpioni, tulips and blossoming apple tree in late May

August heatwave brings European Peacocks (Aglais io) on Ligularia - Neitoperhonen nauhuksella, elokuun helteellä

August heatwave brings European Peacocks (Aglais io) on Ligularia - Neitoperhonen nauhuksella, elokuun helteellä

Coral Charm with Clematis

Coral Charm with Clematis

Paeonia Coral Charm

Paeonia Coral Charm

Mid November sun rises at around 08:30, and goes does at 3.30 pm - seven hours of day light. Awaiting winter solstice that will take place Dec 22 - after that, days will start getting longer again.

Mid November sun rises at around 08:30, and goes does at 3.30 pm - seven hours of day light. Awaiting winter solstice that will take place Dec 22 - after that, days will start getting longer again.

September '14  was equally warm as this year, even the last days of the month

September '14 was equally warm as this year, even the last days of the month

And as end of August was close, Dahlias took over from peonies; this year both the period from August to early October was exceptionally warm, and there was plenty of flowers to cut; end of October, the tubers were dug up for winter

And as end of August was close, Dahlias took over from peonies; this year both the period from August to early October was exceptionally warm, and there was plenty of flowers to cut; end of October, the tubers were dug up for winter

As the last weeks of July approached, temperature started to rise, and the glamorous peonies were accompanied by fox gloves (Digitalis); fox gloves spread their seeds all over and new plants pop up continuously

As the last weeks of July approached, temperature started to rise, and the glamorous peonies were accompanied by fox gloves (Digitalis); fox gloves spread their seeds all over and new plants pop up continuously

Chinese peony (Paeonia lactifloria) season starts typically end of June but June 2015 was so cold that blooming started around two weeks later - here July 9

Chinese peony (Paeonia lactifloria) season starts typically end of June but June 2015 was so cold that blooming started around two weeks later - here July 9

Mid June the first blooming continues, along with increasingly thickeining foliage

Mid June the first blooming continues, along with increasingly thickeining foliage