My Garden in Bloom – January 2019

Looking back through some of my garden photographs for January, I am amazed just how many plants were in bloom. With this in mind, I thought it would make a good point of reference to keep a month-by-month pictorial journal.

Hibiscus Flowering in January

Hibiscus flowering in January
Hibiscus flowering in January

 

Orange hibiscus flowering in January
Orange hibiscus flowering in January

Cacti and Succulents and  in Flower – January

Parodia leninghausii (Yellow Tower) Cacti in Flower
Parodia leninghausii (Yellow Tower) Cacti in Flower

 

 Variegated succulent with pink flowers
Variegated succulent with pink flowers

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Aeonium in flower - Jan 2019
Aeonium in flower – Jan 2019

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Jade in January
Jade in January

 

Orange succulent in January
Orange succulent in January

 

Yellow Aeonium in January
Yellow Aeonium in January

 

cacti, pink flowers
cacti, pink flowers

January Perennials

Gazanias in flower - January
Gazanias in flower – January

 

Daisy
Daisy

 

Trailing petunia
Trailing petunia

Bromeliad

Bromeliad - Neoregelia
Bromeliad – Neoregelia

Bougainvillea, Lavender and Rosemary

Bourgenvilla in January
Bourgenvilla in January

 

Lavender in January
Lavender in January attracts the bees

 

Rosemary attracts the bees
Rosemary attracts the bees

Orchids

Orchid
Orchid

 

Orchid growing outside in January
Orchid growing outside in January

The Bird of Paradise was also flowering during January, but unfortunately I haveno pictorial record.

 

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  1. You are north of us in Middle Tennessee. Our bulbs are coming up into 24 degree temps and snow showers. Flooding and tornado warnings this week. Are you near Lisboa? We dreamed about retiring there.

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    1. That sounds funny. I sort of expect Tennessee to be North of Portugal, as well as North of here. Portugal as well as Spain look remarkably like California and Southern California. I think of Tennessee as having a colder more northern climate.

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