Interesting to see all of the snow pictures from the rest of the country – even in the garden of blogger Carol (May Dreams Gardens). No snow here but not a lot in bloom at my house, except some non-natives. Still the garden is pretty and restful, and full of birds.
- Bountiful seaside daisy (Erigeron glaucus ‘Bountiful’) – only one!
- Roger’s Red grape (Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’)
- Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia)
- Baja bush snapdragon (Galvezia juncea)
- Non-natives: Mexican marigold (Tagetes lemmonii), Mexican sage (Salvia leucantha), white lantana (Lantana montevidensis)
- Cool mushroom (fruiting body of fungus)
9 thoughts on “GBBD – December”
Very pretty images and blooms in your garden. They are long gone from my garden, so I posted a lot of snow covered plant carcasses. LOL. <br /><br />I used to man a garden hotline too for our Master Gardeners, until we lost our office. I use to enjoy that very much. Now my hotline time is filled with a blog.
Love the Toyon! Maybe next year mine will finally set berries. <br /><br />Happy bloom day!
Another plant I'm not familiar with, the Toyon. It's very pretty. So interesting to see things we don't grow here. <br />I love the grape.
The ends of those bush snapdragons reminds me of the Rolling Stone lips. Love the pinecone-like mushrooms, too!
Lovely! We still have a Galvezia eeking out an occasional bloom, along with one or Erysimum flowers, but your garden definitely looks more colorful at the moment.
Thanks all. I have to confess, there is really very little in bloom, except the non-natives. There are few flowers on the bush snapdragon and only one on the seaside daisy. Still it's pretty. <br /><br />CVF – Erysimum – how nice!
Our seaside daisies were still going strong- until we had a 19 degree night. No more until the spring!
Nice blooms. Everything looks restful–I can almost hear the birds. Happy belated bloomday!
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