Monday, August 27, 2012

Cuban zephyr lilies

That's one name for these beautiful little pink rain lilies. This may be the earliest that they've ever appeared. We owe them to Tejas Native Bulbs. We also are enjoying pink schoolhouse lilies, found at Wheatsville. There are more oxblood-schoolhouse liles of the traditional color everywhere, including on the oak motte. Garlic chives are beginning to bloom in their pots. Now that the Turk's caps have finally come into their own, we see more hummingbirds. The nights are cooler, sooner, and we're thankful.


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