We’re in Houston today visiting with AcAcia Johnson. We’ve visited her garden before to see her beautiful roses, which she grows in containers (Roses in Texas). Today she’s back to share more from her garden space.
A ruby-throated hummingbird stops by a feeder for a visit.
This is my second year of growing this ‘Cavendish Dwarf’ banana tree (Musa ‘Cavendish Dwarf’, Zones 9–11). It hasn’t produced any fruit yet, but it is growing well.
A beautiful ‘Early Girl’ tomato.
The petals of the flowers on this ‘Piñata’ climbing rose are a rich shade of orange when they first open. They then fade to pink as each individual blossom ages, so you get a variety of colors in each cluster of flowers.
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