Sunday, November 15, 2009
Silverado sage, Mealycup Sage (Salvia farinacea 'Victoria Blue'), silver ponyfoot and blackfoot daisies, Mexican Bush Sage (Salvia leucantha)
The weather here has been beautiful lately. Two months ago, I couldn't have imagined we'd finally get moderate temperatures and enough rain again to bring our front yard garden back to life. And positively lush, too! Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for hosting bloom day on the 15th of every month.
Forsythia Sage (salvia madrensis) from Renee at Renee's Roots
paperwhite narcissus blooming two months early
miniature rose 'Red Cascade'
ornamental pepper 'black pearl'
Persian shield and pineapple coleus: I know they're not blooms, but the colors and combination are so cool, I had to include them.
loropetalum and plumbago
Also blooming today are indigo spires salvia, Mexican heather, Turk's cap, lantana, marigolds, pansies, rosemary, ruellia, and black dalea.