African Violet species, minis and vintage, and now Chirita!
Friday, June 4, 2010
My Happy Mother's Day gift
Thank you daughter and son-in-law for the Mother's Day gift! Here they are, from Lyndon Lyon (click on photos to enlarge):
Back row, left to right---subrhomboidea (in bloom!!) and Hisako
Front, left to right---Diane Marie and liboensis (with buds!!)
Here they are in isolation in front of the only window with a shelf. It's a north window so they should be happy. In fact, C. subrhomboidea enjoys winter temps down to near freezing and will respond with a flush of bloom in the spring. That's the main reason I wanted it. This window is cold in winter. The picture is a little fuzzy because it's a low-light photo without a tripod.
Left to right---Diane Marie, Hisako, subrhomboidea and liboensis
My hobbies are digital photography and growing succulents, mostly Haworthia and Jade plants. My husband and I live in Wisconsin. We both enjoy going places, long walks and coffee. I have two daughters from my first marriage, the youngest is an Angel in Heaven.