And a little of that for September’s Bloom Day (hosted by May Dreams Gardens)
Tecoma stans ‘Bells of Fire’ is looking good and filling in nicely in the big blue pot. While the orange bulbine is still blooming its head off. Both have asked very little of me in terms of attention and water. #myfavorites
And some more unidentified yellow:Feel free to enlighten me as to what these plants are!This vine (edited: Rhynchosia latifolia Prairie Snoutbean. Thanks Delta Dawn Gardens!) is growing up a dead fig tree sucker.
Not sure if I should be including this next one here or my foliage follow-up post, but I’m pretty sure this is Side Oats Grama grass. The state grass of Texas, y’all! Those little red seeds sure do look like flowers!
And some super tall butterfly food: Frostweed! Some plants are taller than 6 ft. I’ll try to get some pictures of it come winter, so you can see where it gets its common name…or you could google it.
And some more white, or rather silver. Silver Puff (Chaptalia texana) is blooming again.
Is there something blooming in your neck of the woods?