Sternbergia lutea that I moved from a too-shady location.
Sometimes called Autumn crocus or winter
daffodil, they are actually of the Amaryllis family.
These came from Barbara in Texas and I was
afraid they'd died out. Rains brought them into bloom.
I brake for butterflies, especially when they are Tigers.
Oxblood lilies bloomed two weeks ago.
These Rhodophiala waited for the next rain.
Stunning in a bed with Brazilian ruellia.
I'm starting to see lycoris radiata buds since the rain.
The big show is yet to come with them.
The Big Box stores have spring bulbs on display. I can't help myself, but I held to paperwhites and hyacinths to force and just a small bag of other bulbs to tuck here and there.
I'm still trying to decide on colors for Amaryllis and just how are needed.
I dug a pale pink pentas and another pot of cardamon ginger.
Took a pentas cutting to replace the one that died.
Busywork this time of year, getting ready to anticipate frost next month.
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