Yes, that's right, it's Garden Blogger's Bloom Day! Hosted by the indomitable, Unsinkable Carol at http://maydreamsgardens.blogspot.com/ May Dreams where she is Dreaming of May Gardens.
I had to defrost, somewhat, before I could brave the environs of snow and frozen snow, and yet more frozen water molecules in order to get my poor wee fingers to cooperate. There actually ARE some hardy hold-outs from Summer's tender embrace!
Zygo Cactus. Not a real cacti at all, a succulent. And succulent it is! Juicy with color when we all need color in our lives, during these cold and freezy days.
Christmas Cactus. My house is so cold, I don't have to work at getting 'em to bloom.
The little violas that could! and does.
Another "annual" who doesn't believe it. This one is three years old. Gartenmeister Fuchsia.
Hardy Fuchsia just does not tell the tale.
The last wee crabapple off the tree I grafted. The fruits are yellow, and I really love my first grafted tree..
Dragon Wing Begonia is still going strong! Indoors, of course. OOOOPS! This be the Angel Wing Begonia. The Dragon Wing isn't bloomng, and doesn't have speckles! Silly me ! (Thanks Sue! You cottoned me to it!)
the annual Allysum who doesn't know it's an annual
Well, late, but on the right date, now I'm off to feed the Song Dogs and the Goats of War. Happy Gardening!!