So, not much today. I'm glad evergreen bones dominate, since the seasonal plants are just starting to grow!
How is your foliage coming along? Some of mine as follows -
|Autumn Joy Sedum about 2 weeks behind 2012 and most other years|
|Big Bend Agave / Agave havardiana and its powdery-blue color. The center spear is just waiting to unfurl and grow!|
|Damianita / Chrysactinia mexicana greener than two weeks ago - stem ends softening, buds for new leaves about to form beyond the slightly more verdant, semi-evergreen foliage.|
|And finally, Mexican Blue Sage / Salvia chamaedryoides is putting on new, light green |
foliage. Results - I've been faithful to hand water these in since July, when elevated
humidity and monsoon rains failed to materialize...again.
I guess most plants, even desert natives, benefit from not being kept to a crisp,
unlike what some imply. Mis-info, even from some of the best...
Thanks for stopping by; not too bad for the end of winter!
You'll really enjoy others' foliage posts at Pam/Digging's blog - here