Portulaca Repeated Morning Bloom
I watched this little guy open up this morning. It is quite a treat to watch nature unfold and it has me thinking even. How does it know when to open and close its bloom? What intelligence does it have?
It was a great idea to invest in this portulaca plant because certainly, it has already paid for itself.
I have other small pots that blossom a lovely pink and orange.
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2 thoughts on “Jamaican Urban Organic Farming #4: The Portulaca Repeated Bloom”
Oh my, they are gorgeous!
Thank you Anna.
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