The white room, you know, that room at the back of our house overlooking the garden? I must confess that up to now I'm still not comfortable using the word 'conservatory', I'm not used to it and it feels weird saying but it is what it is...
|The Agave 'Cornelius' is busy putting out new leaves|
|The Pachira aquatica is growing away nicely looking very lush, with leaves not too dissimilar to my beloved Scheffleras|
|The Chamaedorea radicalis have been sending out flower spikes|
Neither of us have noticed it before until I took the photo of the Bishop's Cap above, looked at the photo and noticed something strange in the midst of it all.
It turns out that one of the aerial roots of the Philodendron 'Xanadu' beside the cactus have leaped over its pot and has been inching its way out, perhaps over the past few days, or even weeks.
Triffid alert! A plant trying to invade the space!!
As for outside, well you won't be able to help but notice the very bright blooms of both the Eremurus and Kniphofia thomsonii var. thomsonii on the first raised bed, giving us a wonderful summer treat of hot orange and yellow colours!
Anyway, keep enjoying summer (we are!) and play well outside!