Wow...a few things just burst wide open in just the last two days...
The Oxalis Triangularis (purple shamrock) has exploded with blooms and new growth in just two days!
The Nasturtiums in the hanging basket are jumping with joy!
Thyme in a basket!
Mexican Tarragon blooming - I believe this is the oldest plant in our garden...we brought it over in a pot from the Inn property in 2002...it dies down in the winter and comes back every spring. Earlier this year I took it out of the pot it has been sitting in all this time and planted it into the ground. I hope it grows and spreads!
I had taken cuttings of variegated Cuban Oregano (Plectranthus amboinicus 'Nicodemus' from our friend Kele's yard a few years ago and planted in our yard. It got very leggy, so I cut a few pieces and planted them in another area of the yard...they are doing great and seem to love their new area!
The Gloriosa Lily vines have another bloom opening and several more coming along...
A different angle - Gloriosa Lily
On the other hand...the spinach and lettuce are not looking too good at the moment..Not sure what is happening.
More walks in the garden soon!