I don't know how many plants in containers I have, but I can tell you there are many. My favorite task in the garden, is moving the containers around, it gives the garden a new and fresh perspective. Sometimes all a plant that is not doing well needs is a new location with a different view. Yesterday, I fertilized and added fresh soil to many of my large containers and move some to different locations.
My Key Lime tree is full of flowers, this is the second time this year, last time none of the flowers survived.
More mango flowers, this time both trees have flowers. One of the trees have a few small mangoes from the blooms in December.
This is the Dragon-fruit plant growing in my Plumeria tree, is getting so big but there is nothing I can do about it..
The end of the season for the Brunfelsia flowers (today, yesterday and tomorrow flowers)
I almost missed the flowers from my Starburst tree. This tree was hit hard by hurricane Irma, the only surviving branches on the tree face my neighbor's yard.
New fountain, new look. The bricks on this court yard need a good pressure clean at least, twice a year.
I end my post with a picture of Prairie Warbler, a regular winter visitor to my garden.