The hummers are also visiting this stalk of tiny Echeveria flowers, though I don’t know that it’s worth their effort; the instant the hummers try to take a drink, the flower stalk starts bouncing and swaying, making it difficult for the poor bird to even take a single sip.
Sweet alyssum – here in California, this “annual” never seems to die. Instead, it self sows to the point that it actually becomes a bit of a pest. But a pretty one nonetheless. My limes are developing nicely; when I checked them this morning, they were covered in a layer of minute ice crystals that melted just moments after I captured this image. Can’t wait to harvest these, they’ll be the first limes I’ve ever grown and I’m pretty excited.
So that’s a glimpse of my garden. What’s blooming in yours?
Have a wonderful weekend!