Watering a few things stashed in the shade pavilion greenhouse I noticed something pale in a sea of green.
My Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi' is blooming for Bloomday, how wonderful. This is the first bloom on a plant gifted to me last summer. I'm hopeful there will be many more in the future (but maybe not until next summer).
Also in the "greenhouse"...Banksia ericifolia and Grevillea 'Peaches and Cream' are looking lovely.
There are a couple of buds on the Grevillea 'Austraflora Fanfare', that's one to the right of the banksia. Maybe next bloomday?
I really should bring this bright bloom (Fascicularia pitcairnifolia) into the house where we can enjoy it's progression. Maybe after the Christmas tree is taken out.
Out in the garden proper Grevillea 'Neil Bell'...
It's put on a lot of growth this year, maybe next December we'll be able to see the blooms from the house.
Grevillea victoriae 'Murray Queen'
Grevillea ‘Poorinda Leane’ is covered in not-yet-open buds. I loved how it's fanned out over the palm, so pretty it had to be included.
Our recent windstorm did a number on the Fatsia japonica blooms, this is one of just a couple still intact. I might not get to make that fatsia/black mondo grass wreath I was dreaming about.
The rosemary (along with almost every other plant in the front garden) collected a lot of blowing leaves, there's a day of clean-up in my future. Thankfully the huge branch that fell from the neighbors Doug Fir ended up on the patio, not flattening any plants in the process.
Post bloom, but looking fabulous, Mahonia fortunei 'Curlyque'.
And in all her glory, Mahonia x media 'Charity'...
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