How did that rose do--the one you had to prune in May because the wind tore it off the fence?
About halfway leafed out. Lots of new growth and flower buds. I soaked it several times in hopes extra water would prevent the bare canes from sunburning. That, and mild weather most of the time, seems to have prevented damage.
What about those Aloe seedlings?
Slow but healthy. Look closely and you can see teeth on the edges of the leaves. I'm going to put them in a raised bed of soil--get them out of that shallow dish. They will get filtered shade and regular water. The rest is up to them.
And the 'Blue Glow'/Mangave seedlings?
Now that's interesting. Three of the seedlings (on the top in the photo) are distinctly different from the others. They are squatty and compact. The others are relatively lanky. So, do I have some hybrids and some selfs? And which ones are which?
What about that hybrid Japanese Anemone you got as a giveaway at the 2013 Garden Blogger's Fling? Did that thing ever do anything?
Oh, did it. It did nothing for months and months and months. Then it exploded in growth. Still waiting for flowers.
How's the garden?
And that West Slope Project? Hmmmm?