Well, my S. luecophylla are acting crazy again. This time it's the Tarnak trying to flower in September. It flowered this past spring. Now it's flowering again.
This happened to me once before. The last S. luecophylla that did this flowered in the fall for 3 years and then died. What do you all think? Cut the flower off? It should be storing energy for winter not expending it on flowers, right?
The S. luecophyllas are the only ones that do this nutty stuff. Are they seasonally challenged or something?