September Bloom Day
Happy Bloom Day, everyone! I’m catching up to this whole blogging thing, and evidently each month garden bloggers use the 15th to post sumpin’ bloomerific!
From our own garden…
Echeveria shavianna’s pink inflorescences, and the yellow of Echeveria pulidonis…
Yaay! First bloom on a caudiciform geranium called Pelargonium caffrum.
Cotyledon orbiculata var. Engleri blooming for a second year.
Chilean Glory Vine (Eccremocarpus scaber) winding through a daisy.
And from this morning’s trek to the park….
This prolific bloomer should continue for a couple more months! Calandrinia spectabilis (aka Cistanthe grandiflora).
Glorious color at Dolores Park. Cuphea ignea (I’m pretty sure) in front of a purple Salvia leucantha.
More Dolores Park color: Grass blooms in front of Tibouchina and Leonotis leonurus.
Posted on September 15, 2011
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Hi Zann – Nice shots! I believe that Cuphea is micropetala. So incongruous with its showiness. -Jason