May brings color to every inch of the Florida garden.
Crown of Thorns (red) with O.Humifusa and O.Burbank (spineless)
Zinnia with Verbena
Opuntia Humifusa Flower
Yellow Gladiolus among the Ludwigia Peruviana Shrub
Euphorbia Lactea Cristata
Caladium Leaves with Flower SpatheCaladium Leaves with Flower Spathe
Amaryllis about to open
Centaurea with Zinnia (left)
Pink Gladiolus (Full view)
Spiderwort, Fully Open
Caladium Leaves with Flower Spathe
Front Container Garden Overview
Rear Garden Overview
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The flower of a caladium is so short-lived that it lasts only a day or two after opening. I usually snap it off so that the plant can concentrate its energy on its leaves.
Thanks to finding that you liked my post “Curves–noticing” (just outside my door), I’m now finding your blog which is also about noticing what’s near you! I like that you know the name of “everyone” in the garden! I never forget a “face” but forget the names!! I too, have “Dietes” , but poor thing is too thirsty for dry California.
Keep bloomin’. : )