February is a good month for gardens in South Florida. My multi-color bougainvillea is putting on a show. Two weeks ago it looked dead; not a leaf or flower on her and then--boom! Flowers galore!
My Dill plant (or weed) is showing the most beautiful clusters of mini-yellow flowers and the bees love them. My kind of plant--edible and also looks great in the garden.
These miniature Petunias are called Lemon Zest. I bought the plant at my local nursery last week. I find the white and lemon color combination magnificent.
I have two surviving rose bushes. This one is the perfect rose bush--no problem with disease, blooms year-round and the roses change color after a couple of days from this white-yellow combo to a lovely soft pink.
The multi-color Lantanas are doing great this time of the year. Being drought-resistant plants, they actually like our drought conditions.
Finally, the yellow marigolds and cosmos are blooming in my wild corner (affectionately known as my "Surprise-Surprise" corner). I have thrown so many seeds in that area that I never know what will grow and am always pleasantly surprised. Nature is truly a miracle!