a walk in the garden – part 2 of 3

After spending a considerable length of time going through Victor’s cacti in the desert garden, I moved on to other plants in the huge greenhouse. I enjoyed the few flowering plants that were blooming at the time and I could see that when the weather gets warmer in the coming months with the plants coming back to life and some starting fruiting, the whole greenhouse will be transformed.

fruit trees
fruit trees

apricot blossom
blossom - apricot

blossom - apricot

blossom - apricot

blossom - apricot

nectarine blossom
blossom - nectarine

blossom - nectarine

blossom - nectarine

blossom - nectarine

blossom - nectarine

peach blossom
blossom - peach

blossom - peach

blossom - peach

blossom - peach

other observations

gray goldenrod

gray goldenrod

gray goldenrod

gray goldenrod

I have absolutely no idea what this is.  Victor took the picture and I liked it!

I have absolutely no idea what this is. Victor took the picture and I liked it!

fern

fern

some kind of hibiscus-like flower, or maybe it is hibiscus!

some kind of hibiscus-like flower, or maybe it is hibiscus!

parsley

parsley

acacia

acacia

acacia

acacia

With Victor’s help, I climbed up a tall ladder that happened to be in the greenhouse to take a few better shots of the beautiful climbing clematis.
clematis

clematis

clematis

clematis

clematis

clematis

The greenhouse had kept me out of the cold for several hours and after taking one last glance, I was ready to venture into the garden and to get some fresh air.

(end of part 2 of 3)

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