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Sunday, May 02, 2004

April Flowers.

  • allium cepa (multiplying onion)
  • a. schoenoprasum (chives)
  • anethum graveolens (dill)
  • asclepias tuberosa (butterfly weed)
  • coreopsis grandiflora
  • coriandrum sativum (cilantro)
  • cuphea hyssopifolia (mexican heather)
  • dietes bicolor (african iris)
  • gelsemium sempervirens (carolina jessamine)
  • hibiscus
  • ipheion uniflorum "wisley blue"
  • unidentified yellow iris
  • justicia spicigera (mexican honeysuckle)
  • misc. lantana
  • lavandula dentata x l. lanata (goodwin creek grey lavender)
  • l. heterophylla (sweet lavender)
  • l. multifida (fern leaf lavender)
  • lonicera sempervirens (coral honeysuckle)
  • osmanthus fragrans (sweet olive)
  • penstemon tenuis (brazos penstemon)
  • rivina humilis (pigeonberry)
  • serrano peppers
  • salvia elegans (pineapple sage)
  • s. officinalis x s. fruticosa (ne'we ya'ar sage / silverleaf sage)
  • s. urtica

Posted by Erica Bess Duncan in What's Blooming... | Permalink


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I too have had a bit of blog burnout but I think it is behind me now. I have even reopened the gardening blog and look forward to a very exciting season this year that I am happy to present as I go along. What is clear is that this year I will be a lot more active as I have lost a lot of weight and have become a fitness freak. This enables me to pass long hours in the garden helping my wife and having some fun of my own. I love the "Now blooming ..." sidebar. Can I have one or is it copyrighted ;-)? Cheers! Wyn.

Posted by: Wyn | May 3, 2004 7:05:04 AM

I am looking for Mexcian Lavender. I was told it is shorter than the English Lavender, very deep purple and very fragrant.

Posted by: Vivian (Beezy) Schug | Jun 21, 2006 4:49:57 PM