The weather forecast for this coming weekend is scary so I have been moving tender plants in pots closer to the house so I can quickly move them inside if it actually gets that cold. I have also been taking cuttings of things I can't move like Cordylines that are planted. Let's hope the weather wackos are wrong - again.
This Costus, I don't remember which one it is, always flowers late in the year. It is a large clump and almost every stalk has buds forming. It will surely freeze if that Arctic express gets here.
These broms will get a blanket - or maybe two this time.
This rose, the very twiggy heirloom Slater's Crimson China, has been in full bloom forever it seems. Trees grew up around it so it is growing in full shade now.
C. Sasanquas are almost finished and the C. japonicas are starting. The open flowers will fry but the tight buds should have no damage from the cold.
I've shown this pot before but I love the color combination of the 'Keeley's Gold Ti and the Don Miller begonia.
One sad little geranium that got bathed in salt water during the hurricane is blooming.