Saturday, March 12, 2016

Around the Garden

White-flowered salvia on a misty morning:
Bromeliad (Aechmea fasciata):
Originally found in a skip three years ago.

Propeller plant (Crassula falcata):

And the first of the belladonna lilies:
We planted several from the old house on the 31st December, but I don't remember how many exactly, or even where I planted them. I had given up on them flowering as it has taken so long. I thought perhaps this year they were going to skip flowering, and would just develop their leaves soon. But there are three flower spikes. I think we planted at least half a dozen bulbs, so maybe the others are going to just wait and have leaves.

1 comment:

  1. Your plants obviously respond to your love and attention. The Bromeliad is stunning.