Here in Florida we’re known for our sunny days with blue skies. Even if rain moves in, it often clears quickly and the sky is blue. A couple of weeks ago we had rain starting late afternoon and off and on all night. I heard thunder. I was just happy my plants were being watered.Read More
I live in Central Florida, growing zone 9B which is semi-tropical. Amaryllis is a subtropical bulb that belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family and is native to South Africa. It is grown as a potted plant in most parts of the United States but can also be grown outdoors year round in warm areas like Florida. Amaryllis sold at Christmas are FORCED bulbs.
Last weekend I went outside in the front yard on a wonderful spring day. There was a breeze with blue skies and wispy clouds.Read More
Since Hurricane Ian cut his way through Florida, we’ve had beautiful blue skies, less humidity, and no rain. For several days we even had highs in the 70’s. It felt like winter. I always say the change from the wet season to the dry season is like a switch is flipped. Today’s photos are beautiful views of blue skies from my yard here in central Florida. Enjoy!Read More
Last Saturday was a beautiful day here in Central Florida with blue skies and of course, lots of sunshine and heat. Around seven PM is a great time to stretch my legs and take a little walk down the street. The sun is lower in the sky and the heat of mid-day has lessened. There is a slight breeze in the air.