First time to bloom for me early in September, of all times!! A nice healthy plant from Rainbow Gardens. It's pretty, sort of reminiscent of Marseillaise.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Again, fifty lashes with a wet noodle for me. Here are the delinquent photos from our HOT September....well over 100 degrees every darn day. No wonder I didn't have much energy for the blog. Well, it makes a convenient excuse for my laziness.
|The Monster That Ate Cleveland. (plant, not Gail).|
Richard Klug brought this one in and not sure exactly what species it is, will be taking it to a botanist for ID.
|'Adonis' next to his friend the 'Acadian Spring' hibiscus|
|New cultivar courtesy of Frank Supplie is taking root in California|
|'Renee Lynn' at the Arboretum display area|
|display area is looking great due to Ken's hard work|
|Galen the Gardener|
|plants at the September meeting's silent auction|
It's finally autumn after a long, hot September...hotter than I ever remember. I am way overdue for posting a few pictures of the summertime bloomers. I got so busy with all my hibiscus blooms that I neglected this blog! That is really unforgiveable.