Never Met a Volunteer I Didn’t LikePosted: September 1, 2015
What is it with plants growing in cracks and in between rocks? Balsam Impatiens seeds made it down the garden path and planted themselves in the rocks. There is hardly any soil and nothing to retain moisture, and yet they are some of the more robust of the Balsams in the garden.
How this Pink Flamingo Feather Celosia landed here is a mystery as the other ones are far away and have been struggling to survive. It may have had help from a bird. The plant might be more successful with reproduction in this spot.
In the middle of the Pentas, this Cockscomb Celosia came up. The Pentas were purchased new this year and I believe the Celosia was mixed in at the greenhouse.
I find the habits of plants to be fascinating and their ability to reproduce and even move to new locations amazing. All volunteers are welcome…even if they don’t match the other flowers in the bed!