This post was going to be about our first rain in more than six weeks and how I moved quite a few potted succulents out into the open so they can have a good drink after three months of dry hibernation. But as I was looking at the photos I took I realized that in virtually every one there were white petals. Sometimes just a few…
…sometimes a lot.
The white petals are from the Bradford pear tree along the edge of our front yard. In a few days they’ll be brown and unsightly but today they look beautiful.
(left to right) Agave mitis, Agave ‘Cornelius’, Agave bovicornuta, Agave dasylirioides
Agave titanota ‘Felipe Otero’
Aloe capitata var. quartziticola