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.
For Cee’s Flower of the Day prompt.
This is #2 in a series of shots taken of one kalanchoe plant–all on the same day. It seemed to have at least 4 phases of budding to full flower all occurring at the same time. Go HERE to see the first shot of the portion of the plant in full bloom. Hard to believe these are all stages of the exact same flower.
You might have guessed from the title that this is the first of a series taken of this remarkably varied plant. This and all of the upcoming photos were taken at the same time of the same plant. Keep tuned to this blog for upcoming kalanchoe adventures.