What's Wrong with this Picture?

Today I retrieved some plants from
the yard of a friend who was putting a few of her beds back to "pasture".
I've tucked them in to the rare vacant spots in my own,
but on the way to do so, I saw to my astonishment that my mums are blooming!
What's WRONG with this picture?
In spite of my cutting them back a couple of weeks ago
(also way ahead of time)
there are buds on a few and THESE are opening.
What's left for July?  August?  September?  October?

6 comments:

  1. It's a crazy year for plants. Who knows what the rest of the year will bring!

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  2. My Pink ones are blooming in May, instead of June, but I have buds on my burgundy ones that usually don't bloom until August. Weird year for sure.

    Cher Sunray Gardens

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    1. I'm not sure whether to cut them back again or not, Cher. D'ya suppose I could get a second blooming from them????

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  3. My that is early. I'm not sure why either.

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  4. I just noticed yesterday that I have blooms opening on my aromatic aster - which normally blooms in late September/early October. It's really worrisome.

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  5. Mine did the same thing.. beautiful blooms that are already fading..I think I will cut mine back and see what happens. Today I noticed that one of our dogwood trees seems to be dying. And we lost an apple tree.. My yard changes from year to year without me doing a thing.. Birds plant new trees and old ones die..The hurricane took out some.. constant change..

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