A few pictures to share
Despite three months of 98-108 degree weather with no rain, I do still have a few blooms from some very tough plants.
My tallest NOID that's taken three seasons to put out its first inflo:
Flowers are nothing special for color but the scent is vanilla/citrus and the size about 3-1/2 inches with good keeping quality.
This is how badly burned one young plant got by early July; it looked much worse later when I moved it:
Black and Blue Sage is a real winner; love the snapdragon shape of the blooms:
An anomalous pitcher-shaped leaf on Lutica:
Hibiscus still going strong, with lots of water, of course:
Crinum or Cape Lily, Ellen Bosanquet maybe?
The deer usually leave these Pride of Barbados alone:
Rock Rose or Pavonia:
Of over 30 seedlings, only one has a side branch growing:
Hope everyone's keeping cool this week!