Following in the blogsteps of my neighbor, the 66 Square Footer, I walked by the confused camellia around the corner. Normally a very early spring bloomer, this is blooming now. On Monday, it was 70 degrees F, the warmest November 26th on record here in NYC.Today it’s a relatively cool 57, some fourteen degrees higher than the average for the day.
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