Wikipedia says that Caesalpinia pulcherrima is a species of flowering plant in the pea family It’s also known as “peacock flower,” and it’s the national flower of Barbados. The seeds are edible before maturity, but otherwise poisonous.
I think our last bloom for the Easter Lily of 2017 was in October. We’re on the 3rd bloom this year, and I’m wondering if we’ll see more going into the cooler months ahead. At least I HOPE they are cooler SOON. Meanwhile, here’s Round 3 of 2018, for your viewing pleasure:
Who couldn’t love a tiny, shy marine mammal nicknamed “the little sea cow,” that wears mascara and lipstick, and has an eternal smile? Us humans, apparently. The five-foot long, 150-pound Vaquita porpoise, with calf The most endangered marine mammal in the world lives only about a four-hour drive south of metro Phoenix, in the Sea […]