I have had a busy weekend revamping my back porch. This is the place that my evergreens spend 3 months of the winter. Spring and fall are temperate in the south-facing fiberglass lean-to style porch. So, why not have a place to sit and pretend it’s spring?
At any rate, when I did get a chance to go get some pictures of flowers, I was focused on a gorgeous bouquet of Ruby Spider and Return a Smile, when something caught my eye. It was a bloom on my Easter Lily Cactus. I brought it home from the Senora a couple months ago. It’s bloom buds fell off in the colder weather – but I guess we are Senora hot now.
New to the yard for this year (and doing much better than last year) is Strutter’s Ball. A common daylily, but still a favorite big purple-red bloom.
With my work schedule this year, I am sticking primarily with new blooms for photos. I had 7 varieties in bloom in the yard today. I take photos, but don’t have time for posting more than I do. So, please enjoy these two beauties.
PS – I named my back porch the Senora Room!