The Erygium is 'Jos Eijking' and is growing and blooming splendidly . Unfortunately pronouncing 'Eijking' is beyond my language skills. It's Jos for short.
A seedling Verbena hastata ...damn it's cute !
The Lantana here is one of the few plants that continues it's exuberance..a trio live on the hell strip and require frequent trimming to prevent pedestrian obstruction. They receive only occasional water.
Passiflora loefgrenii caerulea..this plant is being carefully monitored. It is exceedingly happy. But look how cool it is! Do you think the neighbors would really mind if it took over their house ? Maybe I should do my entire garden in Passion Vine and Lantana.
Getting a photo of Pelargoniun schiztopetalum is a challenge. This year for the first time it bloomed twice, a fleeting event both times.
This unnamed seedling Sanguisorba from Far Reaches Farm is one of my favorites. The pink is fading now, but the plant remains upright and the foliage looks pretty decent .
My new Sedum crush, S. 'Cherry Tart'--I bought 4 and have taken cuttings as well. It's really about the foliage with this one, but the flowers are nice too.
This dwarf Buddliea has been blooming since spring with some modest deadheading.
No flowers open yet, the the blooming of Crassula falcata is always one of my favorite flower events of the year..
Thanks to Carol at May Dreams who monthly hosts the blooms from around the globe...