Archive for the ‘Crinum lilies’ Category

Spring into action with Brent & Becky’s Bulbs and poppies!

Thursday, October 17th, 2013 Posted in Crinum lilies, Late spring flowers, Seeds, annuals, bees, bulbs, companion plants, cover crops, early spring flowers, garden design, garden designers, lawn replace, perennials, poppies | No Comments »

It’s time to spring into action, folks!  For eye-popping wildflowers next April, start seeding now until mid-November.  California poppy is one of many native poppies. Corn poppies aren’t native, but what beauties against native spring-flowering perennials like columbine. And with irises, like ...

Fall into organic vegetables

Thursday, September 5th, 2013 Posted in Crinum lilies, children, container gardens, cut flowers, garden bloggers, vegetables, young gardeners | 4 Comments »

Off we head to a new season of wonder! For me, it’s been another tough year, since rain has been rather skimpy at my end of the cloud.  One bright spot was ‘Mystery Crinum’ that finally bloomed. Now, that’s not its ...

Summer standouts and problems

Thursday, August 1st, 2013 Posted in Crinum lilies, Summer plants, bulbs, container gardens, native plants, patio plants, perennials, shade plants, tropical plants | 4 Comments »

Thanks to a bit of rain, lagging plants responded ASAP. Rain lilies, like these Zephyranthes chlorosen, popped out all over town. Cenizos are in flamboyant mode, too, including my white version of ‘Silverado.’ And ‘Convent’. I'm crazy about this combination of ...

Going shopping in my garden

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 Posted in Crinum lilies, early spring flowers, garden projects | 8 Comments »

You bet, I like to buy new plants! Too bad my budget doesn’t tally with my long dream list. Even though I’m certainly doing my part to support local nurseries this spring, last weekend I also did some shopping in ...