Friday Flower Fiesta (5-16-14)—Flowers from my garden

Friday Flower Fiesta

I am a big fan of San Diego’s weather because any plant will grow here if its water needs are met. Many plants also bloom year-round in San Diego, such as crowns of thorns, begonias, pelargoniums, and geraniums, all of which are well represented in my garden. Following are Photographic Art stamps based on pictures of flowers taken this past week in my garden.

Freesia

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Star of Bethlehem

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Strawflower

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Crown of Thorns

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Pelargonium

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Pelargonium

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Pelargonium

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Geranium

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Geranium

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Cane-like Begonia

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Cane-like Begonia

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Tuberous Begonia

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19 thoughts on “Friday Flower Fiesta (5-16-14)—Flowers from my garden

        1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

          The temperatures are returning to May normal instead of triple-digit heat so that will help the fire fighters get things under control. I was in the area burned in the Bernardo Fire and got a couple of pictures which will be in my post later today.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I never had much luck in rainy areas like Houston. They always rotted. Here in San Diego, though, they love the dry weather and lack of water. They can even easily survive in the triple-digit heat we had this past week and come out looking so beautiful. Don’t overwater them!

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      At one time I had a two-acre garden. That was where I tried virtually every plant that was being sold here in San Diego to decide which ones I liked. My garden right now is begonias, geraniums, and cactus.

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