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Cordyline australis, in my garden today, flowering extravagantly – again
Yucca with dramatic flower spike – Twickenham, today
The long tail of Autumn and the mild weather that has continued for these past few weeks has triggered a second flowering for the Cordylines in my garden – the one closest to the house is branching out on at least three chunky stems, while the one at the bottom of the garden is going for the Guinness Book of Records – a tall trunk about 18′ (6m) tall now, with a spiky Kajagoogoo hairdo on top. 240 more words
Well folks, tonight is the night. Officially. IF you live in the DC Metro area and west. FREEZE WARNING TONIGHT!!! I’m sure my neighbors are so excited…between all of my plants and containers and all of Eric’s Maples, Magnolia, Paw Paws, Hickory, etc, we have a small nursery on our front driveway and back deck! 1,181 more words
Can you spot the bee feasting on the pollen of our Cordyline flowers earlier in the summer?
In fact they were swarming around the cordylines and lavender bushes.