Happy January Bloom Day, folks!
Lots of pictures this month.
Okay I cheated, with some multiples of the same plant mixed in. But a big dose of perky orange in the dead of winter seemed morally acceptable.
I guess it’s a typical Southern California January, with some ever-bloomers mixed in with the winter-flowering plants or last of the fall plants. You can hover over an image above to get the name, but here’s a quick rundown on the January backbone plants.
Some plants that say “California” but are from other places:
Jade plant, Crassula ovata
S. Hot Lips
Protea ‘Pink Ice’
…and the really noxious
Salvia ‘Bee’s Bliss’
There are also a few other things in bloom that didn’t make it into the mix, things like ‘Dr. Hurd’ manzanita, but you get the idea…
Thanks as always to Carol of May Dreams Gardens for hosting Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. Check out the January post to see what the rest of the world looks like in the middle of January [ here ]