Here is a picture of some of my inside winter garden. It changes from winter to winter, with new plants to experiment with and some old ones that have earned there place.
One notable newcomer is the Sansevieria Cylindrica that was given to me this spring during a plant swap. I keep it outside in semi shade and it didn't do much except to survive. Then it started a fourth round leaf. After I brought it inside, it started to produce a blossom stem. I will photograph it as it develops.
Mor e to come your way in the near future. Have a great gardening day. Bill Mitchell
Oct 28, 2010 | 1:30 PM PST
Usually I put pictures in my blogs but I'm too busy now, I brought in a bunch of plants to my winter inside garden. It looks like a jungle. I've used up all my available space and took some to a green house up the road. I planted six newly purchased giant Amaryllis bulbs inside today and the UPS delivered 250 tulip bulbs and 30 hyacinth bulbs that will be planted outside some times in the week to come. I have 10 Amaryllis bulbs resting now from last year and they are huge. If all goes well with them, I will plant them inside in late December. After the freeze we are expecting, I will dig the cannas that are in containers and store them to replant in the spring. The cannas planted in the ground usually survive the winter with heavy mulch on top. The gardening goes on. Have a great day everyone. I'll have pictures soon. bsmitch, the hillbilly