This is Alan the Greyhound, my constant garden companion, and a champion hole digger.
Flowers on a White Geiger (Cordia boissieri). This tree flowers frequently, more in cooler weather.
‘Miss Alice’Bougainvillea finally making her presence known. A nearly (Nearly?!) thornless Bougainvillea, this means the thorns are shorter and more limber but can still stab you. I have been training Miss Alice into a pillar for a couple of years.
Florida Avocados from a neighbors tree. I just asked my husband what he wanted with Guacamole? We’ve decided on Mojo Chicken Nachos for dinner. In summer friends give us Mangoes, fall and winter Avocados and Papayas.
A new addition to my butterfly friends, a Giant Swallowtail. Easily the biggest butterfly I have ever seen, I thought it was a bird.
The Desert Roses are flowering a bit. This is a popular type of Aeonium in South Florida, native to sub-Saharan Africa and a rare plant that will survive the summer here in full sun and a container.
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