Archive for the ‘Flowers’ Category
Saw these zesty, bright flowers in a park in Singapore.
This heirloom hybrid tea rose has a deep, exquisite fragrance.
Almost irresistible…the delicate hues of the New Guinea impatiens. This plant thrives best in part shade areas.
Life lesson from my garden: There is always a season, an interest, an act of kindness or friendship that will help us bloom, at any age.
Posted in Flowers, garden, Home/Garden, Nature/Animals, tagged abutilon palmeri, california native plant, color, flower, palmer's indian mallow, plant, yellow, yellow flower on January 20, 2016| 2 Comments »
Abutilon palmeri, also known as Palmer’s Indian Mallow, is a California native plant that blooms almost continuously throughout the year.