The Jelly Bean plant is currently trending. It’s easy to grow outdoors, but makes a really great simple to care for house plant. Continue reading
Day five means E is for Echeveria. Continue reading
Yesterday I took a photo for the letter C, but never made it to my computer to post that photo. Today was day four of the photo challenge which meant the letter D. I have included two photos above, so now I am caught up. Considering I am home all day, social distancing, I seem to be very busy and the days go by quickly. I’ve been doing a lot of reading and staying in touch with friends and family. It was a gorgeous day here, so I spent a little time in the back garden. We had another visit from our wonderful friend who braved the super markets and brought us supplies. She delivers them to our front patio, and we all wear our masks and gloves, and stay far apart. We are so very grateful to her. Tomorrow is E for who know what? See you all tomorrow. Until then let’s work to stay healthy and positive.
I added a Haworthia fasciata, sometimes called a Zebra Plant to my succulent collection back in 2017. Continue reading
Gratitude is what I felt as I walked in the garden this afternoon and discovered the Electric Blue Sage, a California native plant, and our orange miniature rose were both flowering. Their vibrant color always make my happy.