Amazing WeekMonday, April 11, 2011
I was so thrilled to see my Sarracenia finally sending out a little stalk of flower bud from the bottom of the plant! I have seen the flowers at the nursery before but I am still excited to see how it looks on my dear Sarra. This is the first time the plant is flowering since I bought it about one-and-half years ago :-D
Equally thrilling is my red Aranda. This spike of orchid has more than 20 blooms and quite big in size. Its presence make other flowers that are in the garden look small.
Ruellia, Angelonia and Pentas have been really adaptive to the bad weather. They flower no matter what happens. Below are glimpses of the plants.
Angelonias are bigger in size now and have multiplied more stems.
My red Pentas is going to be in full bloom soon...
The Calla Lily bulbs are progressing well in spite of the strong sun and heavy rain. Those two speckled leaves kept me hoping for the flowers.
I just love the sight of white blooms here and there in the garden. But they can be glaring to the eyes during the day ;-)
Have a great week!