It was one of those mornings when you just can’t help but hold garden scissors in your hands. Some of my plants needed trimming so I spent the early morning replanting some plants too. The morning would not be complete without taking a few shots. I always document every bloom, something to think about when summer is gone.
The front garden bathed in early morning sunlight. I love those pockets of shadows that an early morning brings.
Those are our three dogs in the distance. Camera shy? they’re just done romping around, it’s their early morning exercise.
A row of my Crossandra blooms in one corner of the garden. I love these flowers because they self-propagate and I just uproot some of them to transfer to this corner.
I trimmed this Eugenia shrub two weeks ago, look at the new leaves. it’s rather colorful, orange on green.
Newly planted Vinca in two colors.
There are more of these jackfruits in several branches.
In a few days, that big one is ready for harvest.
Remember this sweet Basil which I planted a month ago? It’s flowering now….lovely!
Ornamental Pineapple plant and Caladium…
A cluster of pink angel flowers.
My remaining Cactus….used to have them in different varieties before.
All these years I thought they are simply called butterfly plants. It is only now that I’ve learned that they are Shamrocks.
Shamrocks…I have them in purple and green. I do love combining them together in small pots. They are best as hanging plants and just like Crossandra, they are self-propagating.