Every once in a while, something unexpected happens. Today, I had a bromeliad bloom I’ve had bromeliads bloom before. This … Continue reading Neat Neo
Summer in the garden of big leaves means one thing… big leaves! That, and lots of flowers. Two things, I … Continue reading It’s the 2nd day of summer!
While I can’t say that I live anywhere exotic or tropical and lush, I would say that where I live … Continue reading Little flowers on a big plant
As I walked to my front door today, I couldn’t help but notice a strong scent wafting across my path. … Continue reading Seeing red in mid-May!
It’s early in the year, but that’s been the theme lately. Passiflora ‘Clear Skies’ has decided that it wants to … Continue reading Passiflora ‘Clear Skies’
I never thought that I’d get excited over a plant that looks kind of like an iris. Irises do have … Continue reading It’s elementary, my dear Watsonia…
I’ve always told myself that I wouldn’t fall victim to it. Only the real crazy gardeners get it, and I … Continue reading Brugmansia fever
While I have been busy back at work and entertaining guests at home, my garden has suffered a bit of … Continue reading While the gardener is away, the plants will… grow
I thought I’d share a quick post with you today. I’ve fallen behind this month with posting, but hopefully that … Continue reading Euphorbia blooms
Everybody loves dahlias, right? There are so many different colors in so many gardens out there, it’s hard to choose … Continue reading Tree Dahlia
My favorite onion relative has started blooming again! Schizobasis intricata is a small, well behaved plant that is undeniably unique. … Continue reading Schizobasis intricata; the African climbing onion
I just wanted to shamelessly promote my seed germinating prowess (right…) for today’s post. Before I do that, though, I … Continue reading It’s seed time! And time for a new plant…