It’s hard to believe Bloom Day is already here. At first I didn’t think we had much in bloom. I was wrong. Be sure to check out May Dreams Garden’s Bloom Day site to see what’s blooming around the world.
I love the freaky flowers covering this guy. A couple of my other Grevilleas aren’t looking so hot. The tips are turning black along with the foliage. Has anyone had this happen?
This sweet fuzzy succulent has been blooming for a couple weeks. It’s part of the crazy box of succulents.
Lovely deep pink blooms. For a little bit I was anti-semps in our garden. One must have gotten rotty or something back in day. They’re all looking happy, and having babies like crazy these days.
Guess what? The Eccremocarpus is STILL flowering like mad. The hummingbirds freak out on it all day long. I never knew I co have so much love for a vine. We planted it back in February or March, and it’s been covered in flowers ever since. It’s buddy ‘Cherry Red’ is doing well too.
This guy is a survivor. I thought I had ripped it’s sad looking self out a couple months ago. It was part of my bad annual container moment a couple months ago.
You can barely see the ruffled beauty below these flowers. Quite a few of our echeveria blooms were attacked by evil black aphids this year. By the time I realized what was going on it was too late to do anything.
This is our fuchsia that always looked like it was on the verge of death when it was in a container. It’s loving the new real estate in the ground.
Happy Bloom Day!
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