SECRETS of a SEED SCATTERER: Seeds, Cuttings, Divisions, Tubers, Bulbs -- growing in the Coastal South.
What a sweet little cactus! Love the burro tail too. I've still got to pot mine up, from cuttings from a friend. Your hyacinths are so pretty and spring looking.Have a GREAT week ~ FlowerLady
I've never seen Rhipsalis in bloom before! I hope mine follows the lead taken by yours. Among other spots, I have some planted in a frog pot, where the cactus looks like a mop of wiry hair (reminding me of Gustavo Dudamel, the conductor of the LA Philharmonic) - he's going to get a whole different look if he ends up with flowers in his hair.
You've always got so many interesting things happening in your greenhouse!
I always admire succulents and they are really doing so gracefully in your greenhouse.Love your riot of colours especially those hyacinths.
The Rhipsalis has such a delicate little flower. Thanks for showing it.
I thought I had responded to this............I love Korean Boxwood. I didn't realize it had fragrance until I kept smelling something very pleasant as I went through the door on the back.entrance. I have three or 4 boxwood planted next to the porch foundation. It took me a while to see the very insignificant flowers on the boxwood. Now I look forward to it each spring. Of course, I never trim mine! I may have to soon since they are reaching the bottom of the windows now.m They do very well here in my garden. The color gets a little brownish in the cold winter but greens up nicely in the summer.
The hyacinth are gorgeous. I like the burro tail sedum and mistletoe cactus.
I look forward to comments and questions and lively discussion of gardening and related ideas.