Plant wall status

New vine
Grapefruit seedling in the gutter

Happy Ricinifolia Immense

LouAnn has a vine in her yard I just love.  I don’t know what it is, I just know it reseeds itself readily.  It’s got a lovely leaf shape, a pretty flower and is a nice compliment to my wall.  I stuck it in the hole left by the expired orchid.  If you look at the Cape Primrose leaf in the background in the center of the image, you’ll see a mess of seeds dropped from one of the seed pods.  At this rate I should have a mess of these in the gutter by this time next year.

This summer I had a couple of grapefruit that had sprouting seeds.  I dropped them in the hydroton in the gutter.  Of the three or four seeds I dropped there, two have produced plants.  I don’t know what they’re going to do, but they’ll be fun to watch.

The Hawaiian begonia is happy in its new space.  Both begonia transplants are growing vigorously.

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