92 degrees was the high today. Rain in the forecast again this weekend. Things are popping.
I can't remember who sent that Crinum bulb. I do remember a note saying it "might" survive in a protected site. So I put it against the corner of a south facing chimney. The sago palm that survived the winter is on the other corner. It's been three (maybe two) years since I planted it here.
For a whole buck, I picked up a very distressed Texas Everbearing Fig. I'm hoping some cow manure compost and a little tender care will bring it back to life.
The night I wait all winter for has arrived.
I'll be sitting outside half the evening watching it open.
Poppin is right. Do you have problems with the mealy blue sage putting out a lot of volunteers in your zone?
Tom, you have my kind of garden!
It is looking wonderful.
Our hottest so far has been 89°.
The blue sage is one of my favorites, so I hope mine self-sow like crazy!
It will be 95 up here today, tomorrow and Thursday...here we go again. Too hot. Too soon.
Everything looks so lush and vibrant right now...that Salvia is a stunner, love that you've scattered them throughout the garden. We have at least another month before we see 90° weather, and I'm in no rush!
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