Blooms In The Garden

As I sit here typing and watching television, all I hear is Storm Watch in California on all the News Channels. It is a relief to know that California is finally set to get some much needed rain, which will help relieve the ongoing drought we’ve experienced since last Summer.

I put my gardening plans aside due to the cold and windy weather. What I did however, was walk around my property, taking pictures of plants, flowers as well as some creatures.

Grape Hyacinth.

Grape Hyacinth.

My Grape Hyacinth are coming up around the base of my Rose trees.

Crimson Sparaxis (Sparaxis Pillansii).

Crimson Sparaxis (Sparaxis Pillansii).

Orange Sparaxis.

Orange Sparaxis (Sparaxis Tricolor).

Red Sparaxis.

Red Sparaxis.

Crimson, Orange and Red Sparaxis, the first of the hybrids to bloom. Click here to learn to grow Sparaxis.

Hyacinth.

Hyacinth.

Hyacinths have started blooming in the backyard.

Mulberry Buds.

Mulberry Buds.

I spotted a bird perched on a Mulberry branch, which is the last tree to bud on my property.

White-Lined Sphinx Moth.

White-Lined Sphinx Moth.

A White-Lined Sphinx Moth resting on a leaf of the Pendula Yucca.

Cloudy Mountains.

Cloudy Mountains.

Yesterday we had beautiful skies and a lovely view of the mountains. Today is somewhat cloudy with thick clouds surrounding the mountains. Will it rain? Will it snow? Everything is possible though hard to predict as the weather here in the High Desert has a mind of its own. I, for one, am always hoping for the best.



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