Each of these blooms were also blooming for the December GBBD, hosted by Carol, of May Dreams Gardens, but not everything blooming then is blooming now. I almost bought a blooming cyclamen a few weeks ago, but put it back to see if it goes on sale for less money. I'm cold and tired of snow and ice. This is not my favorite time of year.
The African violets oblige me with a few blooms, even though I don't give them ideal conditions. They need to be repotted.
I am amazed that this begonia, I think, an angel wing, is still blooming. My other angel wings, the kind with the darker colored, speckled leaves haven't bloomed for quite awhile.
I think I've overwatered this oxalis. It's about finished blooming for awhile.
I am not sure if I ever knew what this plant is. I think I got it at a garage sale. I noticed the stem coming from it last month, but the buds were very tight. There are a couple more that are a few inches out with tight buds, as well.
I couldn't get a clear close up, but I see some purple on a few of the blooms.
My holiday cactus, Naomi, has one last bloom that just finished up.
It is forming new buds now, so hopefully, there will be more blooms in a few weeks.
I have some dried flowers, including Queen Anne's lace, that I enjoy. Larry has been running into them and knocking them over, so they have been getting on his nerves. I had a huge bouquet of them, but they ended up in a sack after his encounter with them. Now that our Christmas tree is down, I can put some back on the table they were on.