I put a picture of one of them on a blog post thinking they were some type of Begonia. Flowerlady responded to that post and identified them for me as Kalanchoe.
Since they are all well and blooming I deduced that these plants don't care for the full sun here to thrive. Also one of my hard learned South Florida Gardening rules has paid off . That is: If it looks dead give it 30 days before you chunk it. In their case they have been hidden for several years. But check out the result!
They are Tunera Ulmifolia if you are so inclined. The grow well here in South Florida and bloom most all summer even in the worst heat.
They are supposed to be the official flower of Cienfuegos,Cuba.
I was given the original plant these came from so that makes my cost Free.
These are Lizard eggs ready to hatch out in time for the rain and bug season as summer approaches.
And lastly some more progress on the 2010 challenge for this week . I put the challenge on the side of the margin to remind myself to do something toward it each week.
I started these seeds for the garden in the recycled yogurt cups with the homemade markers. Using some of my old seeds back to 2007.
They include two more hybrid Cucumbers Park's Pearl.
Two Grampa Ott Morning Glorys.
Four Dwarf Bolero Marigolds.