In large parts of the UK, it seems as though autumn is never going to come.
Clematis: photographed by Colin Williams from Norfolk
The unseasonable mild weather has also had an effect on gardens, and that means many flowers and plants are still in full bloom confused by the conditions.
So why not send us some pictures of your garden, or the countryside where you live?
Have you got a plant in full bloom when it should be stripped bare?
This banana tree is growing fruit in Cornwall. Photo: Kay Johnson
Maybe the long summer has created a touch of vibrant colour.
We want you to send us your pictures - please follow the guidelines below, and we'll show some on Breakfast in the coming days
Our main picture shows a clematis in the garden of Colin Williams, who lives in Trunch, North East Norfolk.
He says his house us just two miles from the coast, and that some of the plants have grown to twice their normal height for this time of year, and many are still coming into bud.
How to send us your pictures
Before you take your pictures, please make sure you read the terms and conditions from the link below
Claire Ritchie's Azaleas have been blooming since the spring
e-mail your pictures to us -
you can also send them by MMS or 3G on two special numbers:
MMS: 07725 100 100
3G: 07888 100 100
Please don't send your pictures to the usual Breakfast e-mail address, we won't be able to use them.
Do take care when shooting your pictures, and make sure you don't trespass on other people's property
Remember: this is just a bit of fun - it's not a competition and there are no prizes
Read the terms and conditions before taking your pictures:
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