Some red-orange bulbs are flowering. Another plant in the be careful what you see along the roadside, and pull one up to bring home to plant category.
They are pretty at least, and continue to flower as flowers open along a spike.
Easy to pull out, but breed so successfully its a matter of who is most tenacious.
I've been getting something done in the yard each day. Its surprising how successful I can be by tempting myself out with the promise to pull one weed, and then more than that happens.
I think I posted in pwyc that the yard clean up was a mixed bag. More got done than I imagined he would get to, But then much more was done by way of mowing ground cover that I had planted to keep down other weeds so that is a mixed blessing.
I wend down to look again yesterday and more remains at one spot under a couple of trees, so there is a promise of regrowth. The "is that a lily or an orchard or what" that had a savage haircut looks like it is still able to regrow as well, so maybe in time I can find out what it is if it flowers. I don't think its a sedge. It is again surrounded by some branch trimmings.
The other day I must have energy to burn as I moved the dead but heavy and long branch of the macadamia that the silky oak have wedged over is settling on top of the low trunk. Surprisingly the macadamia doesn't seem to mind its weight as the cultivated ones are known for their sensitivity. I guess this was a baby grown by my father, and is probably more related to the ones that grow in the bush than any of the cultivar.
Yesterday I went in search of tree and palm babies, and dispatched a lot of them. Under the lychee tree there was a heap. I need to fight my way back under there again.
Cleared the top of a sewage cap.
I need to try the lychees, and see if they are suitable to eat. There were no mangos this year. Rain at the wrong time, I think.
Its bin day today and I have some palm refuse to see if I can squeeze into a half bin.
Living this day, today
Take a reality check; Remember to breathe; Do what I am able to do.
Look for the good in all.