Random photos for a Sunday morning. Aloe zubb (formerly Aloe sinkatana) above, the yellow flowered form. Below the truly ugly flowers of Senecio mandraliscae, but the bees adore them, so they stay. Love bees!
The last flowers on Echeveria 'Misty Violet'.
The Aloe 'Cynthia Gitty' clump, 4' across, has produced a crop of flower stems over 5' tall. Happy hummers. They were fighting over these, but escaped being in the photo.
Crassula perfoliata var falcata in bloom. It looks better--it's mostly rooted.
A few months ago, when I pulled it out of the ground and cleaned it all up and cut off all the dried stuff and took the best stems and stuck them in this pot to re-root.
The healthy copy of Lagerstroemia 'Dynamite' begins to flower. Golly gumdrops it's gorgeous!
Gomphrena 'Fireworks' forms an airy see-through screen. Great plant!
The lone seedling of Trachelium cerulaeum that came up in a potted Agave...couldn't move it, got a few flowers from it. Maybe I'll get some seeds next year. It's a good plant, too.
That's Sunday miscellany.