Monday, November 18, 2013

Another day in South Florida

South Florida has been nothing but predictable lately...
humid, overcast, drizzling but dry, windy and just plain yucky.
Here's what is going on in our neck of the woods.
Some new additions to the veggie garden- lemon grass,
red oak lettuce, jalapeno pepper, serrano pepper, ancho pepper,
parsley, dill and sweet mint.
The Oregon snap peas are finally starting to take off &
they already have little pea pods on them.
Bc. Maikai 'mayumi' HCC-AOS (2002) in my guava tree
Epc. Plicaboa (c. bowringiana x c. plicatum)
Epc. Plicaboa (c. bowringiana x c. plicatum) in my Biscayne Prickly Ash tree
A little flower arrangement I made of some of our plants:
Panama rose, orchid bloom & lady palm fronds.
What is your neck of the woods like right now?  Cold, icy, Autumny, hot...let's chat about it!
Happy Gardening and Best Wishes,

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