Friday Fertilizer peoples. I hope this fine perfect autumn day finds you all well. Autumn is the gentle season isn't it. Beautiful weather, not hot, not cold, just right.
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Lookie....... I have roses out in my front yard. A bit stunted because they were neglected during the summer heat but they are now enjoying the more gentle autumn sunshine. Pruned by my Mum when she was here in November after their first flowering, fed by me a couple of times but most importantly of all watered by nature. The best kind of watering they could wish to receive.
And last but not least a lovely new flush of blooms on the small gardenia plant out the front near the garage.
There are some other flowers around the yard at the moment, courtesy of natures beautiful rain. The zephranthes have had a second flowering and the oleanders still have some flowers on them though they are in decline. There are a few other roses around, and of course my ivy geraniums have still not been without a flower on them since spring time. Some of the succulents have a few new flower stalks too, the alysum is still blooming happily and there are some scrawny flowers on the verbena and the fever few. Bulbs are starting to emerge in early anticipation of the spring to come. That is a bit strange isn't it? The rain we have had has thrown the seasons out of whack a bit I guess.
Bye for now.