Posted by: Brenda Kula | April 30, 2009

Aloe Bloom Progression

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A lovely day here in East Texas. Overcast, looking like rain might move in later.

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Today’s progress of the aloe bloom. The orange bloom color is starting to show through the green.

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  1. Very pretty! LOVE your gazing ball! I had one like it but it was broken in my move… Will just have to get another one! Also love the little church in the third photo. Your garden is beautiful!

  2. Can’t get over the size of that aloe plant!

  3. It does look like a lovely day in East Texas. It’s sunny here – finally!

  4. Well, you gave us a taste of so much more than Aloe with this post, Brenda! It’s all pretty and spring-like!

  5. Brenda, I love the birdhouse in the first picture. Did you get it in Tyler..or Canton maybe??
    Your Aloe is unbelievable!

  6. Sigh…if only I could grow Aloe like that up here…alas, it is too cold, but I sure do enjoy watching yours. It sure is a beautiful and healthy specimen! Your purple Oxalis is lovely too!

  7. That is going to be so pretty when it blooms.
    The Harmony rock is awesome too! I love rocks!
    Clouds here but no rain still!

  8. Hi Brenda, I can’t wait to see that aloe bloom, for it is my favorite color! I see photos of them in magazines and will await to see yours. Our climate is just not right for that to ever happen here, but I like to look at photos. 🙂
    Frances

  9. I just passed up getting a sweet Pin Cushion flower and wonder if I made a mistake? The aloe is amazing! gail


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