I am not sure what is going on with my African Daisy. I have 2 of them, and they both have been doing great until this week. The one that is of question is in the front bed, it receives full sun. It looks like it hasn't been watered....ever! It gets watered nearly every day or every other day. The other plants in this same bed are not wilted, and doing great. This is the bush upclose...it looks dry and burnt Here is is with its friends
and yes....it is leaning to the left, I don't know why. It has done that since I planted it. I was thinking that after I planted it, it wouldn't straighten up and act right!
I have another African Daisy in the front yard as well, it also receives full sun. The soil here is very sandy, versus where the other is plant is really rich. Maybe that is the problem?
They were bought and planted at the same time....same day. So I am at a loss as to why the one isn't doing so poorly. Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions?
I have several frogs around the garden...I just happened to catch this one as he was hopping away. Unlike the dragonflies...the frogs are not very camera friendly. They don't like to have their picture taken.
Now this is just plain weird to me.......
These odd things are coming up on my calladiums. I know they are part of the calladium...but what are they? Are they the "bloom" of a calladium or what?
Each plant had 5 + of them
and they are just plain weird
I have been wanting to get some shots of the Mexican Petunia, but the blooms fall off everyday around 2pm. By the time I get home everyday they have fallen off, so I had to get some morning shots. However it was too early and most of the blooms had not yet opened.
Verbena and Coleus...I just love the color of this verbena
We apparently got some rain last night. The yard was pretty mushy, and all the plants were covered in rain droplets. Good for me....I can save some water and not run the sprinklers today. The blueberries are coming along. I pick a few each day. I have to beat the birds to them! The bush is loaded, and I can't wait to get enough berries to bake with.