Thursday, September 20, 2007

More and new

We have more spider lilies (lycoris radiata). Some are where there used to be many but where blooms have not appeared for years, although leaves always do. One is the result of squirrel work. There have been leaves for two or three years, now, but this is the first time that flowers have appeared. The very last of the oxblood lilies have appeared (wave number four); next, we'll see leaves. Clockvine continues to give us a show. Cypress vine is blooming. The grasshoppers have kept taking it back, but enough has survived to produce some flowers at least. The hyacinth beans are producing flowers at least. The pods and the seeds are handsome, too.


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