Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

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  1. Nell Jean says:

    Three kinds of shrimp plant? I couldn’t see them very well. I have a white shrimp that does not bloom in the garden, only in the greenhouse in the short days of winter.

    Yes, there is “fruit cocktail”, yellow, and plain Jane shrimp plant in there. They are tucked in to the shady spots under the peach tree. They have been blooming quite a bit; I thought they would attract some hummingbirds and butterflies, but not yet!

  2. Lovely photos of happy-looking plants! My paperwhites are blooming now, too, although they didn’t bloom until mid-January last year (& I didn’t plant mine, either). Weird!

  3. Sue,

    Very nice garden still! The chile pequin I’d never seen before, it looks like a round version of the Delmonico Pepper that we are growing, very tiny and very hot!

    I’ve never seen a Delmonico! Chile pequins are native to Texas, and they are very hot. It looks like they are native to a lot of the U.S., actually. They do well in shade, which is really helpful for me, but they are not evergreen.

  4. Caroline says:

    I love your photo of the succulent and the Thai basil. Very striking!

  5. Cheryl says:

    Love that horse skull! Nice show!

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