It's good I realized today is the 15th before I left for the morning. Otherwise it would have been night-time before I saw the garden again.
I only have one, big flower story to tell you in January. Its name is Hardenbergia violacea 'Happy Wanderer'.
Actually, I just thought of something else to tell you.
When the new Cobaea scandens flowers open, they make a little mess.
I guess the flowers drop some nectar; sometimes I see ants on it. The stain dries up and goes away, but it's something to keep in mind. Nobody told me...
Tiny Cuphea flowers bloom all year, even in the shade. What a boon for the hummingbirds.
Everyone will have sun soon enough. I can already detect the star's vernal trajectory across the sky by the movement of its light in my garden.
How about a rare picture of your blogger, with chocolatey Tithonia diversifolia.
Visit more gardens and find more flowers at Carol's place on the 15th of every month.