Brand new & looking fairly miserable with its tiny little plants, but what I hope will eventually bebursting at the seams!
Aloe striata favoured me with a flower this season, after being dug out of my old garden in the heat of summer, left to scorch in a pot for the rest of summer, I thought I would be lucky if it survived at all!
|Aloe plicatilis with a flower head peeping out|
View looking north east, aloe always red with statice in the background.
|Aloe always red|
|Aloe mountain gem, he also has a bloom forming|
Here I have planted senecio chalk sticks, a small kunzea baxteri , euryops virgineus, kalanchoe baharensis, aloe Gemini & you can see the bottom of my Norfolk Island Pine - Araucaria heterophylla.