Watching Over ThemFriday, September 25, 2009
Something is growing out of the soil of my pot of Sweetheart Hoya Variegated. I have to keep an eye of these patches of green. I hope they don't come to take over my two pretty leaves.
Before I prune my slow growing Croton Mother-and-Daughter again, I better snap a photo first for record. The stems at the top are growing longer and the older leaves are turning yellow.
I wonder why my Desert Rose gave me an irregular shape flower this time. Perhaps the plant needed some fertiliser or is it because it was raining too much last week?
This was how the plant looks like before the rain came the week before and washed away most of the flowers.
My Gloxinia is still blooming on the third week...
Earlier the plant has flourished a lot of flowers.
My Silver Squill that I have been growing for more than a year should have flowers by now. I have tried a few blooming fertiliser but still no blooms yet. Anyway, it was a tiny little plant that came along with another plant I bought. I have never seen it bloom before ;-) Time to move it to a shadier place. Hopefully the bloom will appear later.
Enjoy your garden!