He pulled up the bush and moved it away from the house about 20 years ago, then went off to Texas and it died for lack of water. After a few years, a new plant arose from a piece of dormant root.
Violas continue bloom outside the greenhouse.
Plants where I suspect deer nibble have only a scattered blossom.
Gerbera Daisies remain outside, blooming.
Pots will go inside when frost threatens.
Inside, a new leaf unfurled on the
Bird of Paradise. I guess a bloom is
too much for which to hope.
I'm happy with a new leaf.
Every day there's a little better peek at how the Amaryllis Hippeastrum will look in bloom.
Blooms can last up to a month, I read today. It could last until Christmas?
Secrets of a Seedscatterer