Friday, October 1, 2010

Spring flowers

It’s Springtime in Australia and a few flowers have bloomed and more are on the way…

 Crassula Anomala © Evelyn Howard 2010

Tiny Crassula Anomala flower

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana © Evelyn Howard 2010

Kalanchoe Blossfeldiana with it’s silvery green neighbour Eremophila Glabra. This is an Australian native which flowered a few weeks ago (during winter).

Graptoveria Debbie © Evelyn Howard 2010 

Poor Graptoveria Debbie has suffered in the recent hailstorm… it’s scarred but it will look better when the flowers bloom

 Graptoveria Debbie © Evelyn Howard 2010

It’s neighbour is slightly ahead… surrounded by jelly beans.

Have a nice weekend.

4 comments:

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Fantastic shots and so well composed.

L.W.Roth, said...

Spring Flowers! The landscaper just cleaned up my flower beds for winter yesterday. Everyone is talking about heading to Florida or Mexico during the winter months. I want to come where you are where the temps are warming and the days are getting longer. I love your photos and your drawings--light and airy and very pleasant to look at.

yoon see said...

I hope to get some spring flowers over here too.

Happy Cactus Monday Evelyn:)

Melanie said...

Yay Spring. I love the Crassula flower. I got a jade plant to flower once, it was potbound and I grew it in a window. It never did it again.

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