Apr 27, 2008

Maybe it should be "March showers bring April flowers"?

At any rate, the gardeners have been hard at work, and Sebago's looking springy!


Anonymous said...

the last shot is a pretty interesting plant.

Port Orchard flowers

bonnie said...

Hens & Chickens. They grow in clusters, big ones & little ones that look like hens & their chicks.

They always remind me of my maternal grandmother's rock garden in Basking Ridge - in fact this rock garden reminds me of that a lot.

The other succulent is funny, isn't it? I don't know what that is but I'm somehow expecting it's called an Octopus Plant or something - I almost hope so 'cause then we could call this the Octopus's Garden!


bonnie said...

shoot, Port Orchard? I spent a summer as a camp counselor at Camp Niwana on Lake Helena!

Anonymous said...

Great pix!!!!

adele said...

Thanks for the pictures. The rhodo blooms are amazing!

Xris (Flatbush Gardener) said...

You could call it the Octopus' Garden, anyway!

The "octopus" plant is another Sempervivum. Just has a different growth habit.