Finally got around to uploading (downloading?) photos off my awesome camera.
N-C, here are some belated photos of my plumies in the landscape, scattered wherever they'll get the best sunlight.
Please ignore the ugly cedar fence. Ugly cedar fences are a Texas specialty:
A mix of big and small seedlings, and cuttings between one and three years old:
Wherever they'll squeeze in around the playscape (the black plastic on the right is where I'm solarizing grass before I put in a new plumie bed):
Or on the deck, with babies in the foreground. The metal grill is to keep out both birds and (damn) squirrels:
Behind the playscape, too:
And behind the veggie beds:
Plunged in the bed that gets the worst north winds:
And this is what happens when you don't keep your plumies behind ugly cedar fencing:
My only growing inflo:
Not-inflo on a mystery cutting:
And finally, a bloom, the delightful Gladys O'Neal:
And Lemon Drop is finally winding down for the summer: