Thursday in The Garden

 Our plants didn't go to live in the Greenhouse until after November 19th.

This is a Cherry Tree. Mommy was going to leave it outside but since it decided to BLOOM in November, Mommy decided it should probably go in the greenhouse.

Our Cuphea looked lovely until January when we had the colder than usual temperatures. It was still blooming when the cold weather came and killed it. We hope it will come back up.

The Butterflyweed actually managed to make seeds.

Our Camilla was loaded with blooms. That is one of the nice things about living down here Camilla's bloom in the winter so you have gorgeous flowers blooming all year.




This is Cilantro is blooms in the winter. That is one of the reasons Mommy planted it.

A picture of the Cuphea before the frost got it. As you can see it gets really large.

Our red hibiscus didn't bloom until after we put it in the greenhouse.

It has been so hot most of the winter that we have kept the greenhouse open. We only close the doors and windows when the temperatures gets down in the 30s or lower. The cats like to play in there. It's pretty much a dog free zone as we don't want to exert the effort to go over the doors. ~Fenris & Tuiren reporting for ATCAD

8 comments:

  1. Do you have a plant that blooms only at night? Can't remember the name, small green leaves and black seeds when they come.

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    1. No, it sounds intriguing. We used to have a night blooming cactus but somehow Mommy killed it. It smelt good and had big white flowers.

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  2. It's nice to see all the flowers at this time of year.

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  3. guys....az "warm" az itz ben heer; we had stuffz tryin ta bloom N we waz like STOP PLEEZ.....itza rooze......itz onlee jan ewe warry.....snowz yet ta come for sure ~~~~ ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  4. Looks like Spring is on it's way!
    Have a super day...

    Noodle and crew

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  5. You are so lucky to have flowers in the winter.

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  6. Our Oak trees lost the last leaves on News Year Day. They will be budding out mid February or sooner it the warm winter continues. The rose bush is purring on new leaves just as Mom was ready to cut it back!

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  7. That is a lot of wintry (not) beauty!! We sure dould use those bright blooms here,its so dull and dreary...but we are thankful that at least we did not get bad storms. Only high winds that took down a tree in our woodsy area and another huge branch. That must have made a big THUD!

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