From six Aquilegia or Columbine plant that I planted near the entrance front door 2 plants has yellow colours and this is another plant that has just started to flower, a mix of yellow and red.
This is definitely my favourite colour among other larkspur blooming in the garden. Other larkspur have started flowering for a few months now. But this one has started last week and climbing the trellis that was prepared for the bitter gourd. I am not sure how long the larkspur will continue to bloom but it will be nice to see it side by side with the beautiful foliage of bitter gourd later.
My white gazania has started to bloom now after I said to it don’t you envy the purple gazania over there that display so many flowers? Gazania is a perennial and this want has been growing here for more than a year now. As long as it is provided with full sun it will continue to bloom and bloom.
If you like yellow gazania visit Stephanie at Steph’s Green Space. This portulaca “mango sundial” is dedicated to Stephanie who wants to see what the colour looks like. It just starting to warm up here in Adelaide, day is warm but the night is still cold. So the portulaca has decided to bloom this week but just a bud for each plant.
My dahlia plant is less than 20cm tall and I did not realised it was already producing flower because it was living under the shadow of our pyrethrum.
The gerbera that I grow from division in early spring is also blooming. but I don’t know why one of the flowers has only half petals forming around the flower.