|This is a big cluster of aglaia odorata flowers. I cannot urge you strongly enough to grow this! Even if you're in a studio apartment, you can easily grow this carefree, extremely fragrant plant. Each cluster panicle of flowers you see is a little bigger than a thumb. The flowers are tiny, but their scent "throws" out about 30 ft or 10 meters! They don't' get diseases, they get by on little water, no pests bother is, in essence, a glorious addition to your garden or home. I got mine from logees.com years ago, a tiny 6" plant, and now it's a trimmed back 10' bush/tree.|
Saturday, February 04, 2012
February Flowers in Miami
It's 79F in Miami right now, and I just came inside after photographing some flowers in the front garden. I'm going right outside to work on the veggie garden in the back, but I had to stop and share these photos with you. Jasmines and aglaias are easy to grow indoors. Have I tempted you to get some for yourself?