It happens every time. Just as I put to bed a brand new edition of The Southern Living Garden Book, somebody comes along with a great new plant. Since I couldn’t tell you about it in the book, I will tell you about it here. Behold Lilium ‘Kaveri’ blooming its bulb off in Grumpy’s garden.
more about: Bulbs
Look what popped up in my garden last night after it rained! A red spider lily (Lycoris radiata), one of my favorite fall flowers. If you don’t have any, you really ought to plant some. No bulb is easier and it will probably outlive you.
The best thing about receiving a passalong plant is that every time you see it in your garden, you immediately recall the time you got it and the person who gave it. So it is with my ‘Milk and Wine’ crinum lily, a bulb that will never die.