I got the Okra bed dug and seeds planted alphabetically before an inch of rain fell this afternoon. The electricity went off for 2 hours during which I had a nice nap which I needed after all that digging in the sun.
I bought Ferry-Morse seeds: Clear Clemson Superb and Louisiana Green Velvet.
In the Greenhouse, blooming:
My new Pelargonium, which we call zonal geranium.
Pentas cuttings needing planting out for butterflies.
Look closely behind; there is a green tomato.
My tomato plants have green tomatoes and lots of
blossoms on new plants and the old one.
Just outside the greenhouse:
Calla Lilies, so far only in yellow.
Agapanthus bloom about to pop open. This is a seedling from seeds 'borrowed' off plants in a parking lot in Florida.
The REAL Bloom Day post with more flowers is here: Bloom Day in the Hot and Humid Coastal South.