January 15, 2014

Bloom Day in the January Greenhouse

Angel Wing Begonia

Wax Leaf Begonia

Another red begonia in front of budded Hyacinths.

White Pearl Hyacinths, promising.

Last of the Schlumbergeras.

Kalanchoes. I think I'll buy a red one.

Tall leggy Kalanchoes starting to bloom.

White Shrimp Plant, rooted and 
blooming in a jar of water.

To see what's blooming outside, go here.

Bloom Day is hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens.

Linked to Tootsie Time Flower Flaunt

5 comments:

Bernie H said...

Oohh, I do love that white Kalanchoe and your fabulous white Shrimp Plant. Terrific.

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Great blooms in your greenhouse. I like the white shrimp plant, not one I've seen before.

Alison said...

Great flowers for Bloom Day. But the thing that really caught my eye is that cool metal rooster up in the rafters!

Jean Campbell said...

White Shrimp Plant is different, isn't it? Janie Varley sent me it some years back and I've managed to keep it going.

Alison, the rooster has a history. When my late brother the Colonel was in a nursing home in FL, the facility had a beautiful atrium garden. One of its features was a rooster on a post. When I found a similar one, I bought it. He stays inside out of the weather so he won't rust so soon, and on the opposite side of the greenhouse away from the mist valves.

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

Beautiful...I have always envied your shrimp plant

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