Not Complaining, Just Explaining
Not complaining! Seeing the terrible flooding in the Houston, Texas area because of Hurricane Harvey, a mere heat wave is nothing. Not complaining, just explaining.
Despite the heat, I planted an Erepsia pillansii. Quickly. This is a tough little succulent shrublet in the Aizoaceae family, better adapted to extreme heat than I.
By M.S. del., J.N.Fitch lith. - Curtis's Botanical Magazine, London., vol. 143 [= ser. 4, vol. 13]: Tab. 8703 -  1916.
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New and not-new Bromeliads went into the shady corner by the back gate. Considering how randomly this little area developed, it looks decent. The other plants are Philodendron 'Golden Xanadu', a couple of rooted begonia cuttings, and a tiny clump of dwarf Mondo. (Ophiopogan japonicus 'Nana'?). Sticking a pot in the shade is the extent of gardening when it is 100F.
Our thoughts are with the victims of tropical storm/hurricane Harvey. Here, it's just hot.