Paper white and 'Angels in Water' narcissus are perfuming the air.
Jasmine vines blooming and pumping out their own strong fragrance. It's really smelly out there right now.
First of the amaryllis (Hippeastrum) to bloom. There's another bloom stalk coming up as well. This should look lovely still on Valentine's Day.
Kalanchoe uniflora 'Coral Bells'
It's pretty full but soon a lot of these will be traveling outside for their annual summer vacation.
Alan (It's not work, It's Gardening) inspired me to try and winter over my papyrus instead of getting a new one each year. It looks like it'll make it through with flying colors!
Tillandsias seem very happy here, perhaps because they get drenched weekly in the winter, more often in the summer with a hose.
Spanish moss, also a tillandsia, seems to like this treatment as well.
This poor indoor space gets ignored except on weekends during the darkest part of the year even though there are lots of lights to illuminate it at night.
Pregnant Onion seems to enjoy living with all of her children. You know how kids are these days, you just can't get them to leave the nest.
Like magic, another amaryllis is popping up.
While overhead, a brugmansia trumpets in the returning of the light.
I hope you enjoyed spending some time exploring inside with me today.