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    All my dormant plants are growing new growth... only been below freezing here a handful of times so far and what snow we get is usually the dipp in dots stuff and it melts the next day... we usually are being pounded with lake effect and temps are below freezing at the end of nov. Begin dec garunteed but nothing like that yet

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    LOL, my filiformis have done that a few times in the past, but then go right back to sleep when temps get to normal range for this time of year without any ill effect come spring.

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    It is very unusually warm here, in the 80s, the Sarracenia are starting to wake up.

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    Same thing here in Alberta. Looks like we will be getting some cold weather soon though. Woke up today with snow and its about -8C. Next Monday we have a high of -21C, with a windchill of -29C... brrrr

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    The erratic weather in Georgia wasn't enough to even trigger dormancy.
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    Yup! Pretty warm in toronto/hamilton as well. Last year and year before, at this time there was snow heaps all over the sidewalks. I haven't seen even a cm of snow this winter. More like autumn or early spring right now. I am dreading to see how much hotter temps will get in summer again.

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    It's been in the highish seventies since the new year here too. I'm glad... the neps were all really angry from the chilly wet year last year and I think this past week's weather has helped save my plants from more imminent deaths

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    It's been in the 50s here. Luckily, everything outside is still dormant. This is the complete opposite of last year.

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