I’m remembering Gramma Doris today. . . She loved her daffodils and she certainly would have loved these.
hens and chicks, succulents in my garden
hens and chicks = Echeveria elegans
- succulents in the garden, “Mexican Snowball, Mexican Gem, Pearl Echeveria, White Mexican Rose”
the vine is 'happy wanderer' or, hardenbergia
aeonium in bloom, 21 feb 2011…
blooming aeonium, 21 feb 2011
from the cactus garden . . .
Compare this to last week’s photo: link here
aeonium starts to bloom
flowers start to open on the cones of the aeonium
my gorgeous aeonium
My aeonium is going to explode into a
million gazillion little yellow buds very, very soon~! Check out those cones. . .
flowering cones of the aeonium
daffodils, opened in the first week of February no less!
Daffodils signal spring so, they’re my fav.
succulents in the late afternoon, October 2010
garden snapshot, succulents
some aeonium, senecio, crassula falcata. . .
september in the garden, 2010
succulent garden snapshot, aeonium cyclops
ah, oscularia deltoides, a prolific groundcover that grows fast in the garden- It produces simple but pretty lavender blooms in the springtime.
my succulent garden, September 2010
my succulent garden September 2010
senecio mandraliscae and graptopetalum paraguayense or, "Ghost Plant" in my succulent garden September 2010
Portulacaria afra/ crassula portulacaria aka, the Elephant's Food/ 'Spekboom', September 2010
crassula falcata, a succulent in my garden
garden progress august 2010
spider attack in the garden!
Tagine the cat visits my garden, all the way from Pennsylvania
Echeveria 'Topsy Turvy', as it looks now in my garden
over a period of time that seemed like overnight, the shape of this succulent transformed as it shot up two flower stalks, giving it an almost lynx-like appearance. Compare to these pics which show you how it looked last month. . .
Echeveria 'Topsy Turvy', the "before" photo
Thanks for the plant ID FarOutFlora. . . this is Echeveria ‘Topsy Turvy‘
15 August 2010
evening light on the bamboo newly planted in the backyard, specifically the area I call my ‘back 40′~
putting the finishing touches on my Palm Grove
Having dug the path and then, building up mounds of dirt to create a little height and shape, the addition of the moss and palms has brought the space to life. I’ve dubbed this corner of the garden, ‘Palm Grove’.
before and after shot of my garden design