Monday, September 17, 2007

BREAKFAST

Big black butterfly
breakfasts on the first higanbana
that bloomed this morning
in our garden.


3 comments:

mss @ Zanthan Gardens said...

I saw a yard full of higanbana last week on my way to the bank. However, not a single one of mine has popped up. My red fall flower is the oxblood lily. I still have my fingers crossed that the higanbana will follow.

Bob Brady said...

If they've got their equinox link, they'll be up! If it's the first time though, they may lag a bit...

I've been wondering, though: if they don't produce seed, how are they cropping up in new and distant places in my garden each year?

Tabor said...

I just read an article in a U.S. mag about how these little bulbs are the BEST for the Southern US gardens. I must get me some.