Above, the intrepid rosemary, unknown variety. I haven't met a rosemary I didn't like, and this is one more proof of why. Through rain, sleet, snow, humidity, drought,...it never stops. And it blooms 3/4ths of the year!
And what about this pink geranium that sits outside in a pot all year long and never gets any protection from the freezes?
I love these little pansies - Imperial Antique Shades.
Lizard Lips aloe is blooming in the store room. It blooms constantly. Though they're small, they're very cute.
Though this isn't a bloom, I had to show off my one and only Meyer lemon that's about ready to eat. I repotted this tree last year so I think that's why I only had one lemon. The year before I had nine lemons at Christmas time so I made lemon marmalade as gifts. But in September, after all the rain we had from hurricanes, it put on a show of blooms and I once again have nine little lemons, about the size of little pecans right now.
I still have a few rose blooms. This is an unknown red variety, probably Cramoisi Superior or Louis Phillipe.
And this is the Fairy, a first year rose for me and so far, very hardy.
I was also going to post about the 6 foot tall bloom from my Pancake succulent. It's been blooming for months but it's so hard to take a picture of it. Maybe I'll try a post on it later.