First BBB bloom of the season. Just about all of the leaves have been shed from last winter's nastiness and starting to fill out again.
Flush continued, about a week and a half in. Still have to cut back the spring bulbs. I'm very patient in letting them brown, it makes a huge difference.
First oleander and crinum blooms
Blue agapanthus under the Maurelli. It had a head start blooming because I just bought it this year. The white one probably won't bloom for a few more weeks.
This clump of Basjoos is about 5 feet right now
This trachy is looking good. The new maurelli and asclepias not so much. Getting some damage, as in basketball/kid damage. What comes around goes around though. My son was complaining he got a cactus spine stuck in his foot. The price you pay for killing plants.
Waggie dying one leaf at a time...help!!! Jim suggested it might be a root issue, I've since hit it with root stimulator, but still getting progressively worse.
One of my new callas with one funky leaf.
Alocasia starting to break dormancy
Pink China continues to surprise me in it's survival from leftover roots after I thought I dug it out. My bad.
1st year A. Konjac
Another funk leaf on a calla
My other basjoo which I thought was dead, but came back super late, in and amongst the veggies.
One of my favorite seasons, been picking and eating but I need more plants. I planted about 20 or so over the past 3 years and I want more.
Raised beds seem to working well so far.
Just pruned the tomatoes, decent size for this time of year here. Can't see it but there are lots of maters on there.
After a quick start, Mekong Giant is proving to be a slowpoke. Y. White Shed a fragrant rose that need sprayed, a variegated gloriosa hidden behind 'White Shed' still recovering from 2 winters ago, and whatever cabbage seedlings left that the dogs haven't dug up.