giant puya
Japanese fern
colletia
Moonlight grevillea
water lily

Western Hills Garden—
What’s Blooming archive
Autumn 2015

Newsflash, mid-November 2015: The Giant Puya is sending up a flower stalk for the first time. For updates, see our Facebook page.
 
Early fall provides great foliage: acers, ferns, and conifers.

Also interesting fruit and seeds: Citrus trifoliate, Pseudocydonia sinensis, and Magnolias.

Pictured at right, from top: close-up of the Giant Puya, Polystichum polyblepharum (“Korean Tassel Fern”), colletia ulicina, grevillea “Moonlight”, and a water lily.

Still some blooms:
Abelia
Abutilon
Amaryllis “Naked Ladies”
Anemones
Calla lilies
Cestrum nocturnum
Colletia ulicina
Coral tree
Correa Crinum
Chrysocephalum
Clerodendrum
Dietes bicolor “Fortnight Lilies”
Erigonum
Grevillea “Moonlight”
Guara
Knifofia
Heptacodium miconioides “Seventh Son Flower”
Leonitis leonorus
Iochroma
Roses
Salvia
Sunflowers
Tradescantia
Water lilies
Weigela

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