Pleasant FindsThursday, September 10, 2015
Meanwhile a slightly smaller trailing coleus, Coleus 'Trailing Burgundy' is flourishing wonderfully. Love how lush the plant has grown.
Grew this pot of Bermuda Grass from seed. The grasses sent out runners spreading onto the floor but no blooms yet.
Four o'clock blooms open at dusk till the next morning. Glad to have captured this shot in the morning.
Also I was able to snap these yellow ones one evening when the sky was still bright.
Here are some watercress seeds that had sprouted near my kitchen window. The seedlings were all too skinny to be eaten as micro-greens.
Hence, I relocated them out into the open instead. Fed them with some organic sheep pellet and keeping my fingers crossed now. Hope our weather will not be too hot for these greens.
I have been tending some mosses in a little glass jar in the kitchen. Recently I spotted a little fern growing out from the moss... how delicate :-)
In another open bottle, I am drying a small stalk of rose which I cut from the garden. The stalk of rose was so short that I couldn't make it stand up straight.
I thought of repotting my Nepenthes sp. and was pleasantly surprised by my old Drosera tokaiensis. Looks like the plant has not 'disappeared' from my garden entirely.
I can never get tired of Iresine. Especially this one... The plant leaves you mesmerised... ;-)
Roses Forever mini roses are in bloom again. This time due to the wet weather and haze, the flowers were not formed so perfectly.
I have these Roses Forever roses planted in the same pot as my Little Bird Flower plant and two other pedilanthuses. I hope they are all able to grow together happily.
One morning I spotted a little moth sucking nectar from the rosy zephyr lily. See how clever is the little creature...
Lovely Peperomia puteolata...
...and my Spider Tresses looked amazing... can't resist a shot of them.
Dwarf Ixora blooming in profusion, yay!
Hope you will find many wonderful happenings in your garden. You have a marvellous day!