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Monday, January 23, 2012

Alyssum saxatile (syn. Aurinia saxatilis)

Areopagus hill, Athens, January 22, 2012

Areopagus hill, Athens, Mars 3, 2012

The Alyssum saxatile is supposed to start blooming in April and continue until late June, but many specimens on the southern slope of the Areopagus hill were in full bloom already by January! Is this in any way related to the global warming?