Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Continued Winter Exploits

As I have established in some prior posts, here and here, winter in southern CA isn't all that harsh.  In fact I took a picture of my outside thermometer Monday afternoon.
Just shy of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and about 60% humidity.

I used this nice weather to install a hummingbird feeder, I will keep you updated if I see any hummingbirds (I have seen them on bird of paradise flowers in my area).

Here are some of the plants I have out on my balcony.  In the forefront you can see my strawberries (lots of strawberries in southern CA).  Then I have two rosemary plants, the one in the middle is a ground crawling one designed for ground cover and is currently flowering.

A close up of the rosemary flowers, with a basil plant behind it.

4 comments:

  1. Who's head do they fall on when the wind blows them off your balcony?

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  2. It is hard to see, but the big rosemary is tied to the railing. The others don't have a big enough surface area and are bottom heavy so probably will not fall off.

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