Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day for November 2012
It’s been a couple of months since I’ve done a Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day post. Here’s what’s blooming in my garden this month!
The best bloom yet on our Cymbidium orchid! This thing’s been in a bark-filled hole in the ground for five years now, and has never bloomed like this.
Our Pieris japonica ‘Mountain Fire’ slowly readying to pop some blooms.
Kedrostis africana has the tiniest little yellow flowers!
Another angle of the Kedrostis africana, vining and twining in its birdcage.
Our ever-reliable Fuchsia boliviana. Can’t wait to eat the fruit these will become. 🙂
Look at the hydrangea flower, and ignore the powdery mildew.
Echeveria ‘Black Prince’ has been going strong for a few years with probably only a dozen waterings ever!
Closeup detail of one portion of a huge inflorescence on my Fatsia japonica.
Begonia ‘Irene Nuss’.
Meyer lemon flowers. Love the smell of citrus flowers!
Omni-present flowers of Lotus maculatus ‘Amazon Sunset’, or Parrot’s Beak.
Inspired by the words of Elizabeth Lawrence, “We can have flowers nearly every month of the year,” Carol of May Dreams Gardens started this event. On the 15th of every month, garden bloggers from all over the world publish what is currently blooming in their gardens.
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