Tuesday, December 19, 2006


Newly visible, sprung into view between dusk and dawn, are the leaves of species tulips, joining the leaves of ranunculus, anemones, alliums, grape hyacinths, irises, iphieon, and many others. Pink oxalis continues to bloom. Lantana is trying again, but the leaves didn't like the earlier cold. The potted geraniums do like the weather and are blooming with flowers that last in this weather. The hyacinth beans, except where they have a bit more shelter, haven't liked the cooler weather. Clockvine continues to bloom. The sweet peas are climing. The early lettuce has been eaten, and not by the two-legged. California poppies are looking promising. Every day there's something making its first appearance of the season.


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