Actually, no flowers today, just succulents. I wanted to show you the novel means used to display them at the Hacienda of Seventeen Gardens in Guanajuato.
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I loved this planting of various succulents in an old tree stump at the Hacienda of the 17 Gardens in Guanajuato. I’ll be showing a few more details from those gardens in the next few days.
Contrary to what you might think, not related to Lady Slippers. Technically not a flower, but couldn’t resist this shot from my friend Gloria’s low entrance wall along her front sidewalk.
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Nearly Xmas and Cee’s Poinsettia is a must-see
Back when I lived in a place where flowers didn’t bloom year round, I always felt that my succulents were a flower of sorts. This jade plant blooms like a flower rising above the falling foliage of its pot companion.
This is the fullest and most beautiful sedum I’ve ever seen. I found it in the garden of the Alexander Graham Bell museum in Nova Scotia.