Sunday, April 21, 2013

Garden Stroll

 My pink hibiscus is blooming...
This is the same plant that was trampled on
and eaten almost to the ground,
by javelinas, neighbors sheep, and more....
all before we built our fence.
I transplanted this lone surviving hibiscus to a pot,
and to my pleasant surprise,
it's blooming.
How about that!!!!

This pretty orange flower is
Mexican Flame Vine.
A friend of mine told me,
"Since we live close to Mexico,
any plant that has the word Mexican in it
will grow well here."



The pot that is laying over,
in front of my
Mexican Feather Grass,
is spilling out with
a pretty pink flowered little plant
 we call Ice Plant.

What's blooming in your garden today?

Savor the Day!
Yvonne

9 comments:

Halle said...

I love the tipped pot in your garden. I tried this with a strawberry pot last year...it didn't do so well. Love the look of it though....flowers spilling out.

Donna@Gardens Eye View said...

Yvonne I love your amazing plants...that grass and vine are great stand outs!

Kris said...

So beautiful!!
Right now my roses are looking super great! I planted some hot pink last year and they are blooming and looking like they've been there for years.

Shirley said...

Yay for the hibiscus survivor. The Mexican flame vine is a show stopper. Your tipped pot is pretty, I like the idea of blooming ice plant. I have creeping germander in mine but it only blooms once.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

That is one tough hibiscus!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Once more, as I wander through your garden, my memories return to California, which is the first and only place I've ever seen ice plants. Out there, homeowners use the ice plants to help retard fires around their entries.

It's been fun joining you in the garden, and just as much fun reading that you have resuscitated your hibiscus!

Barbara said...

So pretty! Not that warm here yet.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Happy Happy Earth Day!!!!!! Your hibiscus and the orange flowers are so spectacular! Peace, Mary helen Fernandez Stewart

Anne said...

love love love that pot with the grasses. So gorgeous! Your hibiscus is wonderful, too.

Can't wait for summer :)