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Some late spring/early summer color

Posted by central_cali369 z9 CA (My Page) on
Sat, May 17, 08 at 17:38

Now that temps are soaring past 100F, all of my plants are pushing TONS of new growth and blooms. Here are some pictures from the first two weeks of May. You can click on a photo to see a larger version:

Canna blooms, Clivia Miniata, flowering Hosta, generic daylily, shrimp plant, dahlia blooms, Bougainvillea and some Ruby Red Grapes forming.


























Confederate Jasmine, Fuchsia, Pomegranate flower buds, osteospermum, a couple of roses, ripening cherries, sweet lime blooms, Passiflora Cerulea, Blue Potato Bush, Passiflora Edulis, and some Amaryllis blooms




































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RE: Some late spring/early summer color

WOW! Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing.


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RE: Some late spring/early summer color

I'm in love with that Jasmine. Very nice pictures!


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