Unusually hot autumn has disturbed the established nature of the order. Raspberry bushes still throw fruit, and rhododendrons are razor blades.
The rain that swept past Lithuania this summer has swept Lithuania, and the sunny radiation from the sun's rays had begun to fade before the beginning of the calendar summer.
It seems that the fall also decided to get bored. Sponges start to be amazed at the beginning of November. At that time, people still share images with lifestyles in the virtual space-minded hair mites or witch hammers, ranging from long rhythm to color.
The company has fungi – wild berries. The latter, at least around Kaunas, can be found in comfort. Start with strawberries in nougat size in cayenneblock and finish with raspberries in the woods.
"The daughters of the bushes gathered their full palms, and one of the raspberries was ripe and the other were green," uncle Ana said in the unpredictable autumn meal in the pine forest in Aukštaja Panemunė.
One of the raspberries was ripe, others were green.
Autumn fires destroyed the rhythm of other plants. Until recently, people in Kedainiai caught apple trees and cherries, but in Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) Botanical Garden in Kaunas, the flowering of rhododendron was raised. The bushes of smirnov, cuckoo, hairy, blue and other species of rhododendrons are buried here with multicolored flowers.
"On November 7, 2018, the Rhododendrons Dunamis, Dr. Asta Malakauskienė, Dendrologist at the Botanical Gardens in Magnolia, shared the discovery of Wednesday with her Feisbuk account.
Asked if the normal rhythm of the plants was disturbed by an unusually hot autumn, the scientist did not hesitate, but another version was sent to Kauno diena. "Yes, because of the heat and maybe something affected by the summer smoke, when the rhododendrons suffered from heat and then recovered in the fall," a specialist said.
According to VMU Botanical Garden experts, autumn more than usual flowering and more flowers. The canoes that originate from more exotic edges, also known as paprika or dwarves, usually bloom early in October. Later they are frosty. This year the plants bloom until now.