Monday, March 21, 2011

Beyond Daffodils.

We have honest, true blooms in the garden.

Money Plant. Tucked in between the camellias. I tossed these seeds out last summer. They survived the winter. I hope they reseed well.



Siberian Wallflower. Wintersown. Or scattered. Looks planted.



Euphorbia. I forget which variety and it's not really a bloom.



Nina Simone would love this plant. Euphorbia "Blackbird".



I paired it with a yellow striped yucca. Both are evergreen through the winter. I've added some other greens and golds in the form of shrubs, grasses, and sedums.



It's 77 degrees. Hoot!

5 comments:

NellJean said...

All of those are things that I don't grow for no particular reason. Yours look good.

David - Pinewood Cottage said...

oh, that money plant will reseed - i can promise you that.

grouchy said...

I wish my money market account would increase like your money plant WILL.

LeLo said...

I love those black euphorbias. So goth! Your mention of Nina Simone is spot on. But 77? I am so jealous.

gld said...

Tom, I just pull up the entire plant (lunaria) once it is very dry and shake it over the area I want lots of money plants to grow.

We were 79° yesterday!