I fell in love with Crepe Myrtle when I moved to North Carolina and have
planted 6 of them so far.
Epiphyllum oxypetulum, night blooming cactus. A friend gave me a start
from his last year. It blooms off and on all summer long sitting on my
Dutchman's Pipe is just a stunning plant. Everyone who visits falls in
love with the unusual flowers. The back side of the flower looks like the
old Sherlock Holmes pipe.
Yellow Mandeville. Never knew it existed until I found it one
day at a local nursery. Of course many are familiar with the
I was in total awe when the Southern Magnolia that was in the front yard came
into bloom. The size of the flowers!
I have had this Jade plant for over 20 years. Every fall it is covered
in thousands of white flowers.
Here I used a tulip and a crocus that both bloom at the same
time. Dig the hole the appropriate depth for the tulip, about 6 inches
deep and then place the tulip in the hole and then cover with 2 inches of
soil then place the crocus on top of the soil. Finish covering the hole.
The crocus is actually planted right on top of the tulip with 2 inches of soil
between the two of them. This is called companion planting.
I have 11 yellow hibiscus that line the deck and the side walk. We put
them back in the greenhouse for the winter.
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