I just dug up about a million crinum lily bulbs!
And Badger helped.
I couldn’t decide; I liked them both. Click to embiggen.
One planted, two of the unplanted garden variety.
A crinum blooming of course… I’m very consistent.
And two ‘weeds’. I like the weeds, actually. The birds and bees feed off them.
I always take pictures of the first crinum lily of the season.
And here’s the neighbor’s hibiscus:
Yes, their house really is that shade of green. If they like it, I don’t care.
Do you ever fertilize your plants and the next day go out thinking they’ll be bursting with robust health?
Yeah, me either.
I’ve never counted how many posts include bougainvillea, but it could be that many.
I wouldn’t necessarily take a mundane photo of my neighbor’s hibiscus, but I saw the glow on the fence and couldn’t resist. This flower’s color is so radiant, even the fence can’t resist absorbing some of its beauty.
Not the correct explanation, but it’s the one I like.
Suddenly, the bougainvillea is taking off. In December! Well, it is in the 80s.