2008 Flower Pr0n Part VII

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Our house is built on a hill, so I'm in a constant battle against erosion on the sides of the property.

Several years ago, I built tiers on the south side and planted some ground cover and shrubbery to hold the ground. These are the tiny yellow flowers that bloom in one of the sections. I have no idea what it is, but it typically blooms later than the other plants, which is kind of nice.

4 comments:

Cindi in CO said...

It looks like some kind of succulent to me, maybe Iceplant?

Michelle?

Michelle K said...

I was thinking succulent as well. But I'm not as familiar with them so make a guess from that picture.

Is it a Delosperma nubigenum?

Janiece Murphy said...

That's them.

I just planted what I thought looked nice. The stuff that died got ripped out, the stuff that lived got to stay.

I'm a pretty haphazard gardener...

Anne C. said...

Iceplants are so darn cute, with their bright flowers (bright pink, besides the bright yellow, but I'm not a fan of the yellow green ones) and rubbery looking fingers/tentacles.