GLC: Texas and Succulent Gardens Bloom

View of part of the Texas Garden in late March 2012. Photo: KCMGA.
View of part of the Texas Garden in late March 2012. Photo: KCMGA.

At the Garden Learning Center during the week of March 25-31, 2012, the Texas garden was filled with blooms. The Julia Child rose bushes were covered with beautiful yellow blooms, and the yellow irises were a wonderful counterpoint just across the pathway. Jonquils and daffodils were also plentiful.

 

Bearded irises blooming in the Texas Garden. Photo: KCMGA.
Bearded irises blooming in the Texas Garden. Photo: KCMGA.
Julia Child rose blooming in the Texas Garden. Photo: KCMGA.
Julia Child rose blooming in the Texas Garden. Photo: KCMGA.
Daylilies in the Texas Garden. Photo: KCMGA.
Daylilies in the Texas Garden. Photo: KCMGA.

In the Succulent garden, the Euphorbia, now blushing in pale pink, had shot off numerous babies. Look for them at the April 14th plant sale. The apache plume is blooming, and the cactus plants are just about ready to bloom. There are many blooms, so the display should be excellent. The yellow yucca is finally blooming, much to the delight of the succulent garden leader.

Euphorbia in the Succulent Garden. KCMGA.
Euphorbia in the Succulent Garden. KCMGA.
Apache plume in bloom in the Succulent Garden. Photo: KCMGA.
Apache plume in bloom in the Succulent Garden. Photo: KCMGA
Texas prickly pear cactus is about to bloom. Photo: KCMGA.
Texas prickly pear cactus is about to bloom. Photo: KCMGA.

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