all you people who are snowed under right now, here is a glimpse of
spring. Don’t be too jealous
though. We have just survived 143
days without a drop of rain, and we still have to survive four months of temperatures
over 105 degrees F. Our greatest
fear is that the drought will lead to water rationing where we won’t be
allowed to irrigate our gardens. Of
course, people are still tearing up our beautiful Sonoran desert to build more
subdivisions with artificial lakes and fountains.
is a row that I lined out two years ago.
The parents are Mariposa Skies X Pacific Belle. This seedling is a rebloomer. I’m glad I have seven clumps here,
because it looks as though two of them are going to bloom out.