Love photographing water drops from the rain.
This is the Old Man’s Beard Cactus, if you look carefully at the water drop there is a reflection of my elbow from taking this photo.
This has a reflection of the trees above.
The Hibiscus had some nice water drops too.
Even the cactus blooms had some drops on them.
We’ve are having a record amount of rain for the month of June, my tomatoes have grown so large and already have tomatoes developing.
Cherry Tomatoes has lots of tomatoes on it already but the foliage is so lush and full I cannot seem to capture a photo of them.
This year I am trying a Lemon Boy Tomato, they have less acid and is a yellow tomato.
Mother nature is amazing, just in the last two days of rain the tomatoes doubled in size and height. Since we are getting so much rain I put down some epsom salt to maintain the nitrogen levels in the soil and to prevent blossom rot.
Almost every cactuses and succulents blooms and all with unique types and colors.
Bunnies Ears is one of my favorites
Succulent- sedum family
Not sure about the name, but it is unusual
I think this one is related to the tonque plant.
This is a miniature tongue plant, my pinky finger nail is larger then this plant.
Hens and Chicks
This one looks like a crown.
My new Jade Plant
Lewesia- Bitter Root
Japanese Bluebell Clematis- Roguchi
Gold Crest Honeysuckle
Cobweb Hens and Chicks
Happy Garden Bloggers Bloom Day!