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Many species of Aloe blooming at the San Diego Zoo


Many species of Aloe blooming at the San Diego Zoo

Photo taken on Jan. 25, 2010.



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OMG they are amazing....i just love the flowers. one day i will get to see them looking like this....

27 Jan, 2010

 

Sandra:

I'm glad you like this pics...I though you might like it.
: > )

This is the time of year for Aloes to shine with thier large beautiful flower spikes. : > )

27 Jan, 2010

 

they are just perfect...thanks for the photos...u know how much i like them..;-))

27 Jan, 2010

 

Sandra:

You must come to visit San Diego, CA one winter. You'd be in 7th Heaven.
There's so many millions of Aloe plants everywhere...it may be overwhelming to you. : > )

27 Jan, 2010

 

i think it would be Delonix....lol

i would just oooohhhh and aaaaaahhhh at every thing.....;-))

27 Jan, 2010

 

Sandra:

I bet you would. LOL! : > )

28 Jan, 2010

 

Ahh,nice!..Just saw this. My Aloidendron tongaensis and my A. plicitalis are blooming. Both out of season,both twice in less than a year. Not sure why..well,don't know!
it was a "record" 66f yesterday the 12th of December. That's since they moved the station to HAYX about 20 years ago from downtown. Downtown was 74f in 1958.
1958 was a very warm winter for here..see lots of that. 1958,1976. What I see now is mostly record warm lows. Urban growth.

13 Dec, 2018

 

Wow! This photo was from 2010, that was 8 years ago. I can't believe I've been on GoY this long. :>))

I can believe all the record warmth. It's been pretty warm here, also. Although, not as hot as last year at the same time, and we're getting some rain. Yay!

I see many of the mango trees around putting out flower spikes. I noticed them the second week of November. That's unusual. Usually, January I see the earliest flower spikes on mango trees here.

18 Dec, 2018

 

We again are averaging about 50f lows for December. That's well above the 42f historical.
Days are nice..but the nights are the biggest difference.
Gardeners in their 20's are really going to be able to grow tropicals that I never could in my 20's. Soon,Plumeria will be seen in yards. Mango's will be tree's.
Rained hard the other night.
SO far Andy mild and rainy..a great combo.

18 Dec, 2018



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