A rotating exhibit of the things I love most about living in San Francisco.

garden snapshots

gramma loved her daffodils. . .

remembering Gramma

remembering Gramma

I’m remembering Gramma Doris today. . . She loved her daffodils and she certainly would have loved these.

Daffodils.

Daffodils.


loving my hens and chicks.

hens and chicks, succulents in my garden

hens and chicks, succulents in my garden

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hens and chicks = echeveria

hens and chicks = Echeveria elegans

succulents in the garden
succulents in the garden, “Mexican Snowball, Mexican Gem, Pearl Echeveria, White Mexican Rose”
Echeveria elegans

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garden snapshot; “Happy Wander” vine is …wandering happily

 

the vine is 'happy wanderer' or, hardenbergia

the vine is 'happy wanderer' or, hardenbergia

 

 


garden snapshot: blooming aeonium 28 feb 2011

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succulent in bloom


garden snapshot: blooming aeonium

aeonium in bloom, 21 feb 2011…

blooming aeonium, 21 feb 2011

blooming aeonium, 21 feb 2011

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garden snapshot, the cactus~

 

from the cactus garden . . .

from the cactus garden . . .


garden snapshot, aeonium flowers start to open

Compare this to last week’s photo: link here

aeonium starts to bloom

aeonium starts to bloom

flowers start to open on the cones of the aeonium

flowers start to open on the cones of the aeonium

my gorgeous aeonium

my gorgeous aeonium


aeonium, ready to explode!

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

flowering cones of the aeonium

 

 


spring has sprung in the garden, thank god for daffodils!

 

daffodils

daffodils, opened in the first week of February no less!

Daffodils signal spring so, they’re my fav.


garden snapshots: happy succulents! Kalanchoe tomentosa and echeveria glauca

Kalanchoe tomentosa (the fuzzy one) and hens and chicks, Echeveria glauca
the fuzzy one is a Kalanchoe (pronounced KAL-n-KOH-ee) tomentosa and the hens and chicks are Echeveria glauca