|Stephanotis (Madagascar Jasmine)|
|Angel Face Geraniums grown from cuttings.|
The twin stephanotis vines reaching to hold hands above the front picture window are late to bloom this year- defining better late than never. If the Jehovah's Witness ladies only knew- they would deliver their pamphlets at dusk- when the bridal bouquet favorite begins to scent the air.
|Daylily 'South Seas'|
Daylily 'South Seas' is the most vibrant hued daylily in my collection. Picked up at the Kellogg Ranch Cal Poly Farm Store last year- one more year of sturdiness ought to create some blooming magic as her tangerine blossoms are set off by a backdrop of purple wands of blooming Mexican Sage.
In the backyard-
The miniature rose doesn't mind that we've lost her name tag.
|The staggered heights of Meyer Lemon, Rose of Sharon and Albizia Julibrissen (Silk floss) trees offer welcome shade|
The tomatoes are finally the color red of my mother's favorite lipsticks: fire engine.
The patch of strawberries have yielded two bowls of fruit in just this week.
There is more to share. Please come back to see!
Coyote image by Gene Sasse. Used with permission